D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die Releasing on September 19th via Xbox Live

Deadly Premonition developer's newest project out tomorrow.

Posted By | On 18th, Sep. 2014

Access Games has revealed that its upcoming Xbox One exclusive D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die will be releasing on September 19th for Xbox Live at $14.99. Yes, that’s tomorrow and no, there hasn’t been any prior indication that this would be happening.

The game comes from the warped mind of Hidetaka ‘Swery’ Suehiro who is known for his work on Deadly Premonition. Tomorrow’s release will include the game’s prologue and two beginning episodes. Kinect isn’t required to pull off the gestures showcased in the game, which is a relief considering the motion camera is no longer bundled with most consoles, and more content is reportedly on the way.

Check out the launch trailer for D4 above and marvel at some of the stranger things going on above. Will you be picking up D4 tomorrow for the Xbox One? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and stay tuned for more information from TGS 2014.

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