Shin Megami Tensei V Release Date & Game Details Leaked
According to some details from the official website, the release date, as well as the details and screenshots of the new Shin Megami Tensei V, have been leaked.
Shin Megami Tensei V release date, story leaked
The official Japanese website for Shin Megami Tensei V was accidentally updated with far more details than expected, and apparently, the release date of the title has been leaked. Since the information comes from a Japanese site, it is possible that the launch date applies only to the same country, but the game also seems to be confirmed for the Western Regions.
Presumably, this is a mistake made before the forthcoming Nintendo Direct scheduled for June 15th this month. In fact, we should remember that this role-playing game is one of the third-party exclusives planned for Nintendo Switch, the details of which were quickly removed from the page 15 minutes later.
Therefore, Shin Megami Tensei V will be released on November 11, 2021. However, it is not the only detail that emerged, in fact, the Japanese site has included screenshots and information on the game that we should never have been able to access before, but in the Nintendo Direct scheduled in just under two weeks.
The latest mainline title in the Shin Megami Tensei series! Since Shin Megami Tensei‘s first release in 1992, the series has gained in popularity for its dark world view, anarchic scenarios, and original combat systems with demons and deities as allies.
Shin Megami Tensei V combines the unique charm of the series with the high quality visuals of the latest hardware.
The game will deliver a new demon experience like never before.
Story / Character
The main character, a high school student living an ordinary life, wanders into another world called “Da’ath.” The hero fuses with a mysterious man and becomes a “Naobino,” a forbidden being, throwing himself into a battle between gods and demons.
The different prices of the game have also been leaked. The Standard Edition of the title costs 8,890 yen, the Limited Edition is 14,800 yen, and the Digital format will cost 9,878 yen. The recommended age rating of the title according to the CERO is a “C”, which indicates age 15 and up.