Granzella has re-launched the official website for its upcoming Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories.
The relaunch officially confirms PlayStation VR support for the PlayStation 4 title, which was first reported in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu. Granzella plans to showcase a Disaster Report VR Demo at Digital Content Exhibition Nagoya from December 3 to 4 at Nadya Park in Aichi Prefecture.
The game’s official box art was also revealed:
A short Q&A is also provided:
Q: Is PlayStation VR required to play Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories?
A: Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories has support for PlayStation VR, but you can enjoy it even if you don’t have a PlayStation VR.
Q: When will Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories be released?
A: Currently, the release date has not been decided. We’ll share new information from time to time on the official website, so please look forward to updates.
Q: Will Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories be released on other platforms outside of PlayStation 4?
A: Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories is a PlayStation 4-exclusive title. We are truly sorry, but there are no plans to release it on other platforms.
Q: Will Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories be released overseas?
A: While release timing has not been decided, we are considering releasing the game in both North America and Europe.
Q: Is City Shrouded in Shadow from Bandai Namco Entertainment a new entry in the Disaster Report series?
A: City Shrouded in Shadow is a new survival action game and collaborative work between Bandai Namco Entertainment and Granzella. It is a separate title from Disaster Report. Furthermore, for any City Shrouded in Shadow-related questions, please contact Bandai Namco Entertainment.
If you missed it last year, catch the debut trailer and story outline here.