It looks like Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is finally coming to the West and will be available on PC via Steam, PS4, and Switch sometime in early 2020. Publisher NIS America and developer Granzella announced this just today.
The gist of Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories sees a calm summer day turn into a catastrophe after an earthquake strikes the city, hurling buildings, and lives into chaos.
In order to survive you must navigate familiar locations and follow survivors you meet to outlast the aftermath in nightmarish circumstances:
“When a massive earthquake strikes your city, you find yourself at the epicenter of a chaotic and catastrophic crisis. It is up to you rise above the calamity, collect your thoughts and your fellow survivors, and outlast the disaster. Aftershocks, fire, falling buildings and debris, and unstable ground are but a few of the threats you will face in these nightmarish circumstances. What will you do when every passing second and every snap decision could spell the difference between life and death?”
If all of that sounds interesting, the West will get the game sometime early 2020 across PC and home consoles. And if braving a destroyed city where your choices will determine who survives seems like fun, the latest gameplay trailer is up for your viewing pleasure:
Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, when it makes its debut in the West, will feature Japanese audio with English subtitles if you aren’t fond of NA dubs.
Additionally, The PS4 version will support PlayStation VR for those who want to experience the game in an “authentic” way.
The standard edition of Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is accompanied by the limited edition version ($89.99), which includes a copy of the game, the official OST, a novelty “Emergency” backpack, and an ID-tag. This version dubbed as the novelty “First Aid” collector’s box edition pre-orders is available now on the NIS America Online Store.
As noted above, the game is set to hit PC via Steam, PS4, and Switch sometime in early 2020.