Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories coming west for PS4, Switch, and PC in early 2020

Western release adds PC version.

Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories

Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is coming to PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam in North America and Europe in early 2020, publisher NIS America announced. It will feature Japanese audio with English subtitles. The PlayStation 4 version will support PlayStation VR.

In addition to the standard edition, an $89.99 limited edition including a copy of the game, official soundtrack CD, novelty “Emergency” backpack, identification tag, and novelty “First Aid” collector’s box will also be available. Pre-orders are available now at the NIS America Online Store (PlayStation 4, Switch).

Here is an overview of the game, via NIS America:

About

A calm summer day turns into catastrophe when a massive earthquake strikes your city, throwing buildings and lives into chaos. In order to survive, you must navigate familiar locations under unfamiliar circumstances. The fellow survivors you meet and crucial decisions you make will affect the course of your experience and ultimately determine how your journey through this crisis will end.

Key Features

  • Stop! Think! Then Act! – Evaluate each perilous situation and make decisions that will impact your own safety as well as that of others.
  • Torn From the Headlines – Interact with realistic scenarios within a Japanese city devastated by an earthquake, including scenarios designed in collaboration with the Kobe City Fire Bureau.
  • Danger Around Every Corner – Navigate a multitude of crises—from collapsing buildings to raging fires—in a city aplomb with peril.

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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