The demo for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is now available on the PlayStation Store for both PlayStation 4 and Vita. This applies to both the North American and European stores. Publisher NIS America says the demo “allows players to familiarize themselves to a new Danganronpa setting and meet a new cast of 16 Ultimates and the Monokubs!”
NIS America also released 10 new screenshots from the demo. If you can’t wait to experience it for yourself then check out the new screenshots below:
Recently the rest of the series was ported from PlayStation Vita to PlayStation 4. Here’s what reviewer Chandler Wood had to say in our Danganronpa 1&2 Reload review:
If you’ve played either or both of these games on Vita before, you won’t find anything different with Danganronpa 1&2 Reload, except that it’s on a TV screen. Actually, the move to larger screens reveals some inconsistencies in the textures and assets, with some being bizarrely low resolution. It certainly highlights that this is more of a port than any kind of significant upgrade for the PS4, but being an anime styled visual novel, high graphical fidelity is not something that would make or break it, so it’s little more than a minor annoyance. The real upgrade is that people without a Vita finally get to play Danganronpa.
I previously told all Vita owners that they owed it to themselves to play the Danganronpa games. With the move to PS4, I urge the same of all console owners. It’s really exciting that non-Vita players are finally getting a chance to play this series with Danganronpa 1&2 Reload. Even having played them through multiple times before, I found that I couldn’t put the controller down as I experienced them again on PS4, and not just because of my review. Though they start off a little slow, the pace at which they begin to move is exceptionally thrilling, and you’ll find yourself drawn in until the very end, especially if it’s your first time through. My hope is that you’ll give in to the despair that is Danganronpa.
Are you going to play the Danganronpa V3 demo? Let us know in the comments if so!