Survival action game Tokyo Ghoul: re Call to Exist announced for PS4 [Update]

Due out this winter in Japan.

Tokyo Ghoul: re

The latest issue of V-Jump reveals survival action game Tokyo Ghoul: re Call to Exist for PlayStation 4. It will launch in Japan this winter.

Tokyo Ghoul: re Call to Exist promises flashy action with beautiful graphics that unfolds from the third-person perspective. Players will fight through battlefields while utilizing their Kagune as Ghouls or Quinque as Investigators. The game also supports online battles with large groups divided into teams of Ghouls and Investigators, as well as online co-op play.

While V-Jump is a Japan-based publication and does not mention whether the game will release outside of Japan, it should be noted that Bandai Namco recently trademarked “Call to Exist” in Europe.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

Update 12:20 p.m.: Here is a scan from the magazine:

Tokyo Ghoul: re Call to Exist

Update 06/20/18 at 10:22 p.m.: Editor’s Note: I realized I made an error. The game does not “unfold from the perspectives of three characters” as originally reported. It is played from the third-person perspective. I misread “3人称視点” (third-person perspective) as “3人の視点” (perspective of three people).

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