Following an earlier announcement that Dusk Diver was heading worldwide, we now have confirmation that it will be heading to the west!
Pqube has announced that it will be localizing the action-adventure game for US and Europe in Autumn 2019. Additionally, the publisher also confirmed that the game would be receiving a physical release – so collectors won’t be left out of the fun.
For now, check out the official English trailer and press release from PQube below. We’ll report back when PQube reveals more details about the retail release of this exciting new title.
PQube (London, UK) May 16th, 2019 –
Developer JFI Games Inc., Justdan International Co. Ltd.
are excited to announce that Dusk Diver
is coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 worldwide this Autumn
! The anime action-game is based in Taipei’s iconic Ximending district and takes the Musou genre to the next level. Additionally, Japanese voice actress Kate Mizukiri
of sound studio Kotori Voice Inc.
will not only play one of the characters, but also perform the exclusive cooperation song “Sensen Shoujo
Dusk Diver is being locally developed in Taiwan and the first game to capture the vibrant and exciting lifestyle of Ximending district, one of the country’s most popular tourist locations. The story starts at Exit 6 of the MRT station Ximending, showing a recreation of its streets in a realistic but fantasized world, rendered in beautiful anime style. From there on, players follow ordinary high school student Yang Yumo and experience her fantasy action adventure through Ximending and Youshanding, a mirror world with two faces.
Blow monsters off their feet with flashy combos and finishers!
Visit iconic Ximending hotspots recreated in beautiful anime style!
Upgrade the Guardians according to your favourite playstyle!
The special collaboration track – “Sensen Shoujo”, sang by Kate Mizukiri, is about the world as seen through the character’s eyes. It is produced by Kotori Voice Inc. and composed by shade, a successful composer for games such as “Rance VII – Sengoku Rance” and “Azur Lane”. On top of that, the team cast a very talented selection of Taiwanese and Japanese voice actors to breathe life into the unique characters.