Publisher PQube have announced a partnership with developer Red Entertainment to bring the visual novel Our World is Ended to the west next year. The game tells the story of Judgement 7, a young team of game developers based in Tokyo, who make a shocking discovery: While testing their latest game engine using augmented reality headsets, part-time director Reiji catches a horrifying glimpse of a seemingly destroyed cityscape. Neither did they program, nor animate this – but how is this possible?
Our World Is Ended – Announcement Trailer
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