Atlus has revealed that Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Break Record is coming to the 3DS in North America. Resubtitled as Record Breaker, the game is an enhanced version of the 2011 Devil Survivor 2 for the DS, adding full English voices and localization, and a new postgame episode.
Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker launches at retail and via eShop in early 2015, priced at $49.99.
Atlus has released a set of mini-trailers for Devil Survivor 2: Break Record, introducing the protagonist and his pals Io and Daichi. The videos are in Japanese only at this time, but feel free to check them out at the provided Youtube links.
The company also announced that the game would include a newly created after story that follows the original Devil Survivor 2, and that difficulty modes have been added: “Gospel” being easy, and “Apocalypse” being the default difficulty level.
Friendly reminder: Break Record launches in Japan on January 25.
At its Tokyo Game Show stage event today, Atlus announced that Devil Survivor 2: Break Record will launch on January 29, 2015 for the 3DS. This came at the end of a new trailer for the title, which you can see for yourselve over on YouTube.
Devil Survivor 2: Break Record reportedly will not make its planned fall 2013 release window. Atlus announced that the 3DS port/update has been pushed back to 2014, stating that the move would allow for further improvements to the game.