NIS America began streaming a gameplay trailer on Tuesday for the complete mannequin of its Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny recreation for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Disgaea 6 Complete will launch for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC in North America and Europe on June 28, and in Australia and New Zealand on July 2.

Disgaea 6 Complete is a model new mannequin of the game that comes with all beforehand launched content material materials and DLC. Nippon Ichi Software will launch the Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny recreation for PlayStation 5 in Japan on June 16.

NIS America describes the game:

Zed is a boastful zombie who wallows on the underside rung on the Netherworld ladder alongside his sister Bieko. When a God of Destruction threatens their technique of (un)life, Zed ought to harness his distinctive talent of Super Reincarnation to face in direction of the approaching menace. Along one of the best ways, he’ll unite with twisted and vibrant denizens of assorted Netherworlds, face challenges spherical and inside, and see if even an timeless hooligan like himself can defy the probabilities!

Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny unites a grim however touching story with insane tactical battle, whereas introducing gameplay elements under no circumstances sooner than seen in earlier installments. As a consequence, new and returning players alike can craft a very memorable and distinctive journey through the Netherworlds. Bring the ache in battle with specific assaults and assist from a plethora of ally objects. Customizable settings equal to Auto, Retry, and Replay allow every hardcore and casual players to wrestle their very personal means. And should points take a horrible flip, use Super Reincarnation to rejoin the wrestle and keep trying until you succeed. This really is a Netherworld match for everyone!

Nippon Ichi Software launched the distinctive recreation in Japan in January 2021 for the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. NIS America launched the game on Switch in June 2021 in North America and Europe, and in July 2021 in Oceania.

Source: NIS America‘s YouTube channel