Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is coming to PC and console. Get ready for a different kind of adventure as catastrophe arrives in 2020.
Coming to the west thanks to the team at NIS, Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is not your normal survival adventure. Don’t expect a post-apocalyptic dustpunk future full of zombie hordes. This particular narrative hits a little closer to home, taking your modern day d=commute and throwing more than a few leaves on the line. Following an earthquake, a calm summers day is torn to ruin as the city around players falls apart. As one of the survivors of this event, you must navigate a series of familiar looking locations in disarray. It is up to players to stop, act, and think. Each situation can impact your fate and every decision will guide your ultimate fate.
A Virtual Disaster
Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories was developed by Granzella Inc in collaboration with Japan’s Kobe City Fire Bureau, adding to the authenticity of this particular adventure. The game originally landed in Japan back in 2018 and is the latest iteration of a franchise that stretches as far back as the PlayStation 2. The game will reach western shores sometime in 2020, bringing the disaster to PC, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4. It even appears, from the PlayStation YouTube channel trailer, that Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories will get PSVR support, allowing the player to step right into the action.
If you are ready to face the chaos, fight fires, or just run and hide while the city and its residents fall disintegrate around you, then you can find out more about Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories from the game’s official website.