NEO: The World Ends With You Demo Revealed by “Final Trailer”

If you want to try out NEO: The World Ends With You before it releases in a month, you are in luck.

Today Square Enix tweeted a new trailer of the game, and it comes with “Play the Demo Now” at the end.

The trailer, dubbed “Final Trailer” announces that a demo is coming on June 25, in two days.

You can watch it below. We also included the Japanese version of the trailer, in case you enjoy the original voice-overs more.

If you want to see more about NEO: The World Ends With You, you can enjoy the original announcement, plenty of trailers, another trailer and screenshots, more images, and another gallery.

You should also definitely read our hands-on preview.

The game will launch worldwide, including North America, Europe, and Japan on July 27 for PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

PC gamers should not feel left out as NEO: The World Ends With you will be released on the Epic Games Store in Summer 2021.

Here’s how Square Enix officially describes it.

“The long-awaited follow-up to the RPG classic The World Ends with You follows protagonist, Rindo, as he explores the heart of Tokyo to uncover the mysteries behind the sinister “Reapers’ Game,” a life-or-death battle for survival in which he has been forced to take part. A new trailer, that debuted today, offers an introduction to a new cast of characters, a vibrant and fashionable equipment system, the game’s hyper-stylish action battle system, and much more.

NEO: The World Ends with You combines a striking, anime-style Shibuya with fast-paced gameplay, an amped-up soundtrack from composer Takeharu Ishimoto (THRILL Inc.), and an intriguing story to create an unforgettable experience. Players can explore and enjoy the sights, sounds, and culture of this bustling city, fight monsters alongside their allies in flashy battles, and complete missions as they learn more about the “Reapers’ Game” and fight to change the fate they’ve been handed.”

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