Shin Megami Tensei III Plays A Nocturne On Switch May

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The first hordes of demons in Tokyo will arrive in late May.

Atlus have announced the English release of the remastered Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD will be on May 25, for US$49.99 or equivalent. As with Persona 5 Strikers in February, there will be a Digital Deluxe version (US$69.99) that includes access to the game four days prior (May 21) as well as DLC: the package includes a “Merciful” difficulty, Dante (from the Devil May Cry series) and Raidou (from the Devil Summoner spinoff), eight music tracks from prequel and sequel Shin Megami Tensei games, and two bonus item/map packs.

The Western release is based on the up-to-date version of the Japanese release from last October, which received graphical enhancements and direct demon skill inheritance in updates.

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