Death end re;Quest Season Pass and pre-order date for PlayStation Store revealed


In a recent announcement about Death end re;Quest, Idea Factory Inc. has released official information about the games upcoming post-launch plans and even pre-order bonuses for those looking to purchase the game ahead of its February 19, 2019, release date.

Those looking to pre-order Death end re;Quest have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming months and weeks after the game officially launches. In a recent reveal, Idea Factor Inc. has confirmed their plans for both pre-release DLC bonuses for pre-order purchases, but also post-release content with the reveal of a season pass for the game.

Set to release on February 19, 2019, in North America, fans can pick up the base game for $59.99, with a Deluxe Edition following behind it at $79.99 USD. Pre-orders will be available starting on January 15, 2019, giving fans a chance to prepare for the upcoming launch and enjoy some new DLC for the game including Early Access to the Summer Swimsuit Bundle.

The Season Pass for Death end re;Quest will be available for purchase and sold separately for $19.99 with a 15% off offer for those with PS+, allowing them to snag it for $14.99 for a limited time. Along with the recent news, Idea Factory Inc. has also released a new batch of screenshots for fans to prepare for the upcoming JRPG with a visual novel-like look at the upcoming cast down below.

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You can also get to know some of the cast with the following profiles provided to us from the publisher themselves:

Natsuo Munakata – A former employee of Aggle, Inc. who left to begin his own business. While at Aggle, he worked as an account manager, overseeing Enigma Games’ licensing and development with the Alice Engine.
Rin Asukaze – Head secretary to the CEO of Enigma Games. Whenever Arata has trouble, she often serves as a guide to illuminate the path ahead of him.
Lydia Nolan – A foreigner who works as a character designer for Enigma Games. She prides herself on being an otaku, flaunting her decked-out itabag and collection of figurines at her desk.

Stay tuned as we’ll keep you updated if more information becomes available ahead of its launch.

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