Judgement 7: Our World is Ended debut trailer

Due out on February 28 in Japan.

Our World is Ended

5pb. has released the debut trailer Judgement 7: Our World is Ended, the enhanced port of Our World is Ended for PlayStation 4 and Switch. It features the opening theme “Change The World” sung by Kurokumo and composed by 164.

The Red Entertainment-developed visual novel first launched for PS Vita in November 2017 in Japan. This new version includes 30 percent more volume throughout the entire story compared to the original release via about two million Japanese characters of text, a post-game scenario featuring new character(s) equivalent in volume to about five chapters of the main story, new event CGs for both the additional scenario and main story, and quality of life features such as backlog jump and a branch tree that displays a visualization of your choices.

Judgement 7: Our World is Ended is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch on February 28 in Japan. A port of the original Our World is Ended is due out for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC in 2019 in North America and Europe.

Watch the trailer below.

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