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‘Lost Judgment’ overview trailer looks exciting!

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Ever since the Judgment sequel Lost Judgment got an official announcement, fans have been hyped for the upcoming installment.

In its recent overview trailer, Lost Judgment shows what to expect from the second entry upon its eventual arrival.

‘Lost Judgment’ details so far.

The latest gameplay trailer reveals lots of action-packed scenes along with the main characters.

The sequel will also feature multiple new gameplay mechanics.

Light platforming system and stealth will be among the key options. Plus, the ability to do detective stuff will also make a return in Lost Judgment. It was present in the first part.

And this time, the story is set in Yokohama. It’s a bigger map than Judgment.

Lost Judgment will see the players taking the role of Takayuki Yagami. He explores the cities of Kamurocho and Isezaki Ijincho. When it comes to combat, he can switch between three fighting forms. They are the Crane style, Tiger style, and Snake style.

Talking about the story than it is set in December 2021. After Akihiro Ehara is accused of harassment, a dead body is found in Isezaki Ijincho. It’s a district in Yokohama.

Following this, Ehara’s defense lawyer Saori Shirosaki brings in a private detective, Takayuki Yagami. He has to help Ehara to prove him innocent.

According to actor Takuya Kimura, who voices Yagami, the story is “deep and suspenseful.”

The sequel will also introduce two new characters, namely Kazuki Soma and Akihiro Ehara. Their voice actors are Hiroshi Tamaki and Ken Mitsuishi, respectively.

ALSO READ: Lost Judgment PC port not possible due to contention by actor’s agency

More new games in 2021

Meanwhile, there are lots of other fresh releases well in this calendar. And die-hard gamers are waiting for them.

They will have tons of options and choices in terms of AAA heavyweights.

In the anticipated titles, there will be names like Far Cry 6, New World, and Battlefield 2042.

Horizon Forbidden West, the next Call of Duty entry, No More Heroes 3, Stray, and The Ascent are also on the list.

The vast line-up stretches further with the likes of GhostWire: Tokyo, Little Devil Inside, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits.

Life Is Strange: True Colors, Shadow Warrior 3, Glitchpunk, and Cyber Shadow are also other significant launches.

Newly announced The Day Before and Etched Memories will also make their debuts soon.

Coming back to the exciting sequel Lost Judgment, again, it will be released this September for PS5 and PS4.

If you have any thoughts regarding the major games arriving in 2021, you can share them on our Twitter handle @MICKYNewsOz.

 

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