Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories Coming To Switch September 6

No Western release confirmed yet, although series founder Kazuma Kujo has stated their development for it.
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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories will make its way to Japan via the Nintendo Switch in September. Granzella

Granzella, the developer and publisher of the whole Disaster Report Series, confirmed that Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories is heading to Switch this September in Japan.

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories is a single player survival action-adventure game. The player’s main goal is to escape the destroyed city. The game was first released a year ago for PlayStation 4. It was originally planned to be released for PlayStation 3, but the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami stopped the production of the game. Luckily, it was continued due to the continuous demand of fans. Disaster Report 4 Plus had a strong initial release, selling a total of 47,483 copies in less than a month.

After being a PlayStation 4 exclusive for quite some time, and even saying in their official website that, “’Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories’ is a PlayStation 4 exclusive title. We are sorry but we do not plan to release the game on other platforms,” the game is finally delving into the realms of another platform, the Nintendo Switch. It will be released in Japan for ¥6,480 plus tax this coming September. In addition to this, Granzella has also confirmed that the sequel DLC “After-story” for the PlayStation 4 version is coming later this month.

As for the game coming to the west, well, that may be coming to us in the near future according to Granzella’s founder, Kazuma Kujo. A fan asked if a new Steambot Chronicles is being planned for a release in an interview. Kujo answered the fan, saying that he is hoping to create a new Steambot Chronicles game but he is currently busy with a number of projects. The number of projects he mentioned included a Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories release in the west and a possible sequel. I’m pretty sure that players in the West are thrilled to hear this news, even though there hasn’t been anything official mentioned since.

Are you also looking forward for a Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories release in the west? For now, tell us what you think about the game.

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