PlayStation Japan YouTube channel teases ‘True End of Century RPG’ for PS4, PS Vita

"All will be revealed on October 26."

True End of Century RPG

The official PlayStation Japan YouTube channel has posted a teaser video for a new “True End of Century RPG” project for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

The description of the video reads: “The world has ended. As for what remains…? A True End of Century RPG is born. All will be revealed on October 26, 2017.”

The video itself depicts a red tank driving through a ruined city turned into a desert. A woman begins to narrate, “Several decades ago, when it was destroyed… at the hands of a nameless hunter… a cry of death… was sent all over the world using all possible lines of communication. Kill all of humanity.” Then, a bloodstained and fallen girl (pictured) appears. After that, two tank-like vehicles appear. Then man cries out, “Just run away, hide, and wait to be killed. That life is over now! From now on, I’ll hunt you all!” A young man carrying two swords then appears, followed by a tank firing a final blast before the trailer ends.

The video does not contain any company logos, therefore the publisher and developer of the game are unknown. The fact that it is hosted on the PlayStation Japan YouTube channel does not mean it is a Sony Interactive Entertainment title, as the channel has previously hosted teaser videos for third-parties, such as the teaser video for Experience’s Death Mark in December 2016.

Watch the video below.

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