Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, had an eventful development history. In September 2010, the announcement of Disaster Report 4 for PlayStation 3 was made, with release due on March 10, 2011. However, a short-term shift followed. On March 11, 2011, the Tōhoku earthquake shook Japan, after which Disaster Report 4, which presents a disaster scenario, was completely canceled.
In November 2015, Granzella revealed the series’ revival with Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories. The release for PlayStation 4 in Japan followed in November 2018 and in Germany on April 7, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PCs. However, the eventful past was noticeable in the final product, as we found in our test.
With Disaster Report 5, things should now be running better for Granzella. Around the turn of the year it was already announced that this had started. Kazuma Kujo revealed some more details on a Granzella livestream as part of the Tokyo Game Show.
He showed a photo of a woman from different angles and didn’t want to give too much away, but this: “Last time she was 22 or 23 years old, but now she’s a student. Your brother is the main character in the story. And the story is about his big sister who is looking for him. It takes place in the fall. Open world. “
Kujo then looked at his colleague and said he should probably apologize for that. Apparently, this information had not yet been released to the public.
The woman in the photos looks like Natsumi Higa from the show. She has starred in every disaster report to date. First she was 17 years old, in the last Disaster Report 4 she was 23 years old.
The Famitsu then asked Granzella and got a strange answer: “We are currently in a state of confusion, Kujo suddenly spoke about the content of the game. We will make an announcement when the time is right to publish information.”
through Gematsu, Footage: Granzella
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