NIS America began streaming an English struggle trailer for author FuRyu and developer Lancarse’s new sport Monark on Tuesday. The video previews a theme tune titled “Pleiades” by harusaruhi.

The sport will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC by the use of Steam in North America on February 22 and in Europe on February 25.

The sport shipped for PS5, PS4, and Switch in Japan on October 14.

Clouded Leopard Entertainment launched the game in Asia on the similar day as Japan with Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean subtitle assist, and with deliberate English dub and subtitle assist added in a later free substitute.

Clouded Leopard Entertainment describes the game:

You out of the blue awaken in Shin Mikado Academy. Before you is a barrier separating the campus from the rest of the floor world. Within the academy grounds are the madness-inducing Mist, cryptic phone calls that hook up with the Otherworld, and seven Pactbearers–each with their very personal Daemonic vitality dominated by their Egos.

To resist the irrationality surrounding you, you buy the Authority of Vanity, a Daemonic vitality that subsists off of your Ego and madness. You and your 4 companions then arrange the True Student Council, with you as their vice chairman. Together, you fight to return the academy once more to normality.

At Shin Mikado Academy, you’ll befriend and fight alongside 4 companions who will lead you to 4 separate destinies.

Whose hand will you in the long run take?

Where will their paths lead you?

How will these 4 fates converge?

Only you, the grasp of your private future, can uncover out.

Fuyuki Hayashi (Crystar) and Ryūtarō Itō (Shin Megami Tensei) are writing the game’s story. Kazunari Suzuki and Aya Nishitani are credited with state of affairs supervision and cooperation. so-bin (Overlord) is drawing the character designs. Tsukasa Masuko is composing the background music. KAMITSUBAKI RECORD is credited with the theme tune and insert songs.

KAF performs the game’s totally different theme tune “Nihil.”

Source: NIS America‘s YouTube channel