We also receive a few more information about the game, beginning with the major concept. It’s ’s about supplying immersion and realism, experiencing the exploration of this city in ruins, and the “fear” of an urban tragedy. It’s ’s also about participation with the figures, and being mindful of “human ” behavior, such as socialization, desire, shame, satisfaction, and frustration.
The narrative is set in the year 20XX. The principal character (which could be customized with sex, name, appears , and occupation) is on the approach to a meeting (or entrance exam if they’re pupils ) when a massive earthquake happens. Buildings begin falling and all the streets are tore to pieces.
The shortage of water and also the lack of usable bathrooms also makes the hygienic situation bad. People are scared of being murdered by collapsing building no matter where they attempt to hide, and the expanding stress can be felt in the discussions with other people stranded at the disaster-stricken place.
While the game mostly concentrates upon the earthquake, most calamitous scenarios are included, such as fires, starvation, collective anxiety, and much more.
There are more than sixty unique characters to interact with, inducing their human drama. Each has their own narrative, and the protagonist may strengthen their ties together while exploring town.
You may check out all of the screenshots below. Incidentally, the previous four in the gallery are in the PlayStation VR version. If you would like to find out more, you can take a look at the most recent trailer.
Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories is arriving only for PS4, and it will be published in Japan at 2018. A western launch has not been announced just yet.