Death End re;Quest 2

Death End re;Quest 2 for PS4 Gets New Theme Song by Gesshoku Kaigi

Today Compile Heart revealed the theme song of its upcoming JRPG Death End re;Quest 2, which is coming for PlayStation 4.

Today Compile Heart revealed the theme song of its upcoming JRPG Death End re;Quest 2.

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The theme song is titled “BUG FIXER” and it’s performed by the Japanese J-pop band Gesshoku Kaigi, that also performed in the first game of the series.

Unfortunately, we don’t get to hear the song in a new trailer (which is long overdue), but you can purchase it, as the single was released today on digitals storefronts.

Among others, you can find it on Spotify and iTunes. At the very least, you can enjoy a sample. It actually sounds very cool.

Death End re;Quest 2 is coming to PS4 and doesn’t yet have a release window for the moment. We haven’t seen any gameplay either.

Compile Heart revealed it a few months ago after teasing it for a few days and it’s the sequel to Death End re;Quest, which has recently been released in the west for PS4 and PC.

If you want to see more, you can enjoy the first trailer and the key art.

Of course, we also haven’t heard a single thing about the possibility of a western release for the moment, but hopefully Idea Factory International will let us know soon enough.


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