Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories x Cup Noodles and Radiko.jp collaborations announced

More tie-ins for the earthquake survival game.

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories will have collaborations with Nissin Foods’ (Cup Noodles) and Radiko.jp, developer Granzella announced.

Get the details below.

Nissin Foods Collaboration

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories

At the shelter players can visit when the protagonist is hungry, a Cup Noodle-branded truck will offer “Cup Noodles,” “Cup Noodle Curry,” and “Cup Noodle Seafood Noodles.”

Also, in addition to being able to obtain the “Eating Cup Noodles Design T-Shirt” sold at the Nissin Foods Group Online Store as a costume for the protagonist, other items such as the “Cup Noodle Backpack” and “Cup Noodle Compass” can also be obtained in the game.

—The “Eating Cup Noodle Design T-Shirt” Costume

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories

—The “Cup Noodle Backpack” and “Cup Noodle Compass” Items

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories

Radiko.jp Collaboration

On your in-game smartphone, you can obtain the radio service “Radiko.jp” and the “Radiko Compass.” If you select “Radiko” from the item menu, you can listen to the news about the current state of damage in the city, as well as information about shelters and the like. Also, as the days since the earthquake pass, you will be able to listen to broadcasts other than the news.

—Listen to the news about the current state of damage in the city, as well as information about shelters and the like

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories

—The “Radiko Compass” Item

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories is due out for PlayStation 4 on November 22 in Japan.

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