'Danganronpa V3 Killing Harmony' Latest Second Trailer Reveals Little Chunks Of The Story & Two New Types Of Debate

By Switchy Sam , Updated Dec 13, 2016 01:55 AM EST
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"Danganronpa V3 Killing Harmony" second trailer was revealed by Spike Chunsoft, the creators of the game and story. The trailer revealed two new types of debate namely Panic debate and Scrum debate, which will be experienced by players when the game is released, which is also confirmed by a post in Gematsu.

The release date of the game will be January 12, 2017, in Japan and the same year for the West on the PS Vita and PlayStation 4 consoles. However, the demo is out this month on the 20th that will feature a small but significant piece on how the game goes with the new features added.

3D dimensional roaming like older versions

"Danganronpa V3 Killing Harmony" always present a three-dimensional field for the players to roam around in a first-person perspective. Now, the details of the game and field are enhanced unlike before because of the higher level of the console used.

Together with that will be another layout for the texts that will pop out during class trials as said by the fellow students. The bullet and shooting style are still the same. Players have to gather clues and evidence before the class trials as always. The slot machine for voting is renewed and enhanced.

Multiple types of Monokuma [Monobear]?

In the game, numerous types of Monokuma, a bear controlled by Junko Enoshima, appears with different personalities. The class trial room is enhanced with lots of space for the students that enrolled in the academy. This comes with another conclusion; the more students, the longer the story will unfold with many punishments waiting to be performed.

A whole new protagonist and new classmates each with respective personalities will surely be a new experience for fans and players alike. Until then, saving up money to buy the game next year is a wise decision for those who decide to play it.

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