Death end re;Quest details Enigma-kun, Real World Parts
posted on 11.20.17 at 09:59 PM EDT by (@salromano)
(The real world is a computer screen.)

Compile Heart has updated the official Japanese website for Death end re;Quest with new information about new character Enigma-kun and the game’s Real World Parts.

Get the details below.

■ Characters


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Enigma-kun is the mascot character of the game company Enigma, where the protagonist Arata Mizunashi is employed. In the world of “World’s Odyssey,” he was created as a police officer controlled by an administrator from outside the game to deal with difficult players and those who perform dangerous actions. After the story begins, Arata accesses the game world from the real world, but uses Engima-kun to communicate with Shina and company. Engima-kun himself is an administrative communications character, so he cannot participate in battle.

■ System

◆ Real World Parts

Explore the City and Solve Mysteries

As you explore the game world, you can switch to the real world at any time from the menu. By doing so, you will arrive at a computer-like screen. In the real world, the main objective is to solve the mysteries that occur in the game world. Protagonist Arata Mizunashi will explore Sagami City—the setting of the story—to progress the story. There will be scenes where you will have to solve the mystery that has occurred in order to open new paths in the game world, so progress the story and solve its many mysteries.

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You can perform the following five actions in the real world:


Talk to nearby characters. In order to solve the various mysteries that occur, talk with your allies at the base.

—Back Log

Check the contents of your conversations so far.

—Key Item

Check the “Real Objects” discovered in the game world. Information concerning Real Objects will be updated as you progress the story and discover clues.

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Check effects and the like such as “Code Jack,” which are used in the game world in order to help Shina and company.


Explore the city in order to solve the various mysteries that occur. Depending on the place you select, an event will occur.

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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 screenshots at the gallery.

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