Enter Stylish Shibuya in NEO: The World Ends with You, Heading to PlayStation on July 27th

PS4 & PS5

Square Enix has announced that a sequel to 2007’s Nintendo and mobile title, The World Ends with You, will release on the PlayStation 4 on July 27th. Titled NEO: The World Ends with You, the upcoming title will transport players to a vibrant Shibuya to investigate the city’s many mysteries.

Those who preorder the title via the PlayStation Store will receive the Legendary Threads Set, which includes the following:

  • Legendary Headphones – Drastically increases item drop rates from enemies.
  • Legendary Tank Top – Greatly increases user’s Attack.
  • Legendary Shorts – Shortens the duration the wearer is knocked down.
  • Legendary Sneakers – Increases movement speed in combat.
  • Legendary Music Player – Enormously increases HP.

PlayStation preorders also come with a special avatar set.

An overview of the title is as follows:

It was just another seemingly ordinary day in Shibuya, but not for Rindo. He could tell something about the city felt different. A girl with an ominous aura appears before him, identifying herself as a so-called Reaper. With some trepidation, Rindo decides to play along with this Reapers’ Game, but something is weird…

Battles with monsters called “the Noise”, pins that grant mysterious powers, and a place called Shibuya UG (Underground) to set the stage for the Game—it isn’t long until Rindo starts to have second thoughts on his decision.

Features include:

  • Delve into a vividly illustrated Shibuya, animated with style, music and monsters.
  • Collect and wield hundreds of Psych abilities to battle surreal threats.
  • Investigate the world around you and beat the “Reapers’ Game” to survive.

Check out a trailer below.

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