Project Judge To Get a Second Gameplay Demo Soon for Japan Region

Second gameplay demo

Project Judge, known as Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon in Japan releases December 13, 2018 exclusively on PlayStation 4 console. A second gameplay demo will soon become available for PSN Japan region. PlayStation Plus members of Japan PSN account will be able to download the demo much early than non-members.

The second gameplay demo is scheduled to release November 22 for PlayStation Plus member. While, the non-members can start their downloads on November 29, 2018.

The second gameplay demo will feature the complete first chapter that will be a part of the full game. Your save data can be carried over to the full version of the game from the second playable demo.

In an interview, game producer talked about the story length, side quests and how much of total time the game will take to reach 100% completion. Game Producer Hosokawa in an interview with Bahamut, mentioned that it will take 30 to 35 hours only if you play straight away the story mode.

If you play the story missions along with side quests, it will take approximately 70 to 80 hours of gameplay time. The side quests in game are well balanced, the game becomes very difficult if your ignore them and focus only on main story missions.

Also, Hosokawa mentioned that players who are looking forward for 100% completion with all trophies unlocked should invest 100 to 200 hours of time.

Additionally, the game director talked about how he got inspiration, ideas and creativity for Project Judge game. He said:

The actual idea has been around for over three years. Although it wasn’t for a game, it became the starting point for Project Judge. You see, while making the Yakuza series for over ten years, we wanted to work on a completely new project, and slowly gathered members for the team, and we finally realized the idea now

Project Judge, known as Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon is set to release first in Japan, Asia and Korea. The West PSN regions will see the game release in 2019.

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