Death end re;Quest details Cyber Terrorists, Summer Life Company; 'Glitch Style' character artworks - Gematsu
Death end re;Quest details Cyber Terrorists, Summer Life Company; ‘Glitch Style’ character artworks
posted on 11.13.17 at 10:18 PM EST by (@salromano)
Summer Life is your base of operations while on the run.

Death end re;Quest

Compile Heart has updated the official Japanese website for Death end re;Quest with new information about the in-game “Cyber Terrorists” and “Summer Life” company, and artworks of each character’s “Glitch Style.”

Get the details below.

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Cyber Terrorists

After Arata finds Shina in “World’s Odyssey,” a game that has become filled with bugs, an international cyber terrorist attack suddenly occurs in the real world. The employees of Enigma, where Arata and company are employed, were found to be the perpetrators. Arata, who is being chased down due to these charges he has no recollection of, makes efforts to escape the police, mass media, and the mysterious organization attacking him and his colleagues in order to rescue Shina.

Summer Life Company

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A company established by Natsuo Munakata about half a year ago. It mainly operates web services and such, but also does software development work for other companies. While it operates as a company, Natsuo is the only employee. Thanks to Natsuo’s kindness, Summer Life takes on the role of a base for Arata and company, who are being chased down.

■ Characters

Shina Ninomiya

—Glitch Form

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Read more about Shina Ninomiya here.

Lily Hopes

—Glitch Form

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Read more about Lily Hopes here.

Lucil Filarete

—Glitch Form

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Read more about Lucil Filarete here.

Al Astra

—Glitch Form

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Read more about Al Astra here.

Clea Glaive

—Glitch Form

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Read more about Clea Glaive here.

Celica Clayton

—Glitch Form

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Read more about Celica Clayton here.

Death end re;Quest will launch for PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 1, 2018 for 7,776 yen at retail and 6,912 yen via download.

View the artworks at the gallery.

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