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Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance Is An Upgraded Version Of The Gaming Coming To All Platforms

With brand-new content!

Update: And it’s official! Following an early outing by the ratings board in Korea, ATLUS has officially revealed Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance, a complete edition of the game that will feature an all-new storyline with new locations to explore and demons to encounter.

It’s also going multiplatform for the first time, with Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance launching on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Switch and PC on June 21st, 2024.

Check out the official reveal trailer below:

Original: SMT fans might finally be getting that long-awaited complete, multiplatform release of 2021’s Shin Megami Tensei V in due time, if a recent listing from Korea’s ratings board is any indication.

The rating, which has since been removed, puts the game’s full title as Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance and describes it as being a complete edition of the 2021 release with improvements and new content added. While the rating doesn’t outline any specific platforms, PS4 and PC versions of the game have previously been mentioned in the original release’s files as well as the big NVIDIA leak of 2021.

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Shin Megami Tensei V: Vegneance

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With a Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase on the way this week, we could potentially see the reveal of Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance there, and with any luck the added news of ports to other platforms shortly after.

Harry gave the original release of Shin Megami Tensei V a very respectable 8/10 in his original review, saying “Shin Megami Tensei V is the best Shin Megami Tensei game thus far, without a doubt. It’s incredibly stylish and delivers an intriguing plot filled with the philosophical and metaphysical concepts that fans have come to expect. Its battle system is every bit as engaging as it’s contemporaries, and the fusion system remains as one of the best in the genre. And while it’s got some strong art direction, technical issues and ho-hum dungeon design keep Shin Megami Tensei V from being as great as it could be.”