Spike Chunsoft released a new trailer for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, covering the game’s demo that’s currently been made available for PS4, Steam and PlayStation Vita.
The trailer is a minute and a half long and sports some of the gameplay that you expect to encounter when you play the free demo.
You can check out the trailer below.
The trailer is kind of spastic. It quickly moves through some of the environments that you’ll be able to traverse, along with a few of the characters that you’ll encounter.
No situation stays on screen for too long, and it moves at a rapid pace, flipping from one scenario to the next.
We do get a brief look at the investigation phase, where players will have a limited amount of time to survey an area and pick up as many clues as possible before moving on to toward the interrogation phase, where players must pick apart the lies being told by the other students and attempt to pinpoint the killer.
The trailer ends before things get too intense, as it’s there just to lure you in and get you all hot and bothered for some Danganronpa V3 action.
The game came out earlier this year in Japan, and it will be making its way to Steam, PS4 and PS Vita on September 26th. The game has been banned in South Korea because they don’t like the idea of young people involved in committing murders, especially after an incident occurred recently in South Korea involving two teenagers who kidnapped an eight-year-old neighbor and sawed off her body parts and spread them around town.
Anyway, feel free to grab the demo for Steam over on the store page, or you can hit up the PlayStation Network to get your hands on the demo for the PS4 and PS Vita.