Project Judge Will Be Getting A Second Demo In Japan On November 29

PlayStation Plus subscribers will get access to it tomorrow, though.

Posted By | On 21st, Nov. 2018

Project Judge

Project Judge (or Judge Eyes, as it’s being called in Japan), is approaching its Japanese release, but if you’re on the fence about whether or not you should get the game, you’ll get the opportunity to try it out soon before making a decision. A demo for the game – which is actually the second demo it’s receiving – will be released on PSN next week, on November 29 (via Ryokutya 2089).

PlayStation Plus subscribers, though, will get access to it a week earlier- which means tomorrow. The demo will contain a full chapter from the roughly 30-35 hour-long game, and any progress you make in it will be transferable to the full game when it launches. If the game looks like something you’re interested in but aren’t sure if you should purchase, this presents a great opportunity to give it a try. If you’re already sold on the game and can’t wait to get your hands on it, the demo will quench some of that thirst.

Project Judge launches in Japan for the PS4 on December 13, with a western release date scheduled for 2019. Recently, details on an in-game friends system were given by Sega, while 10 minutes of gameplay footage were also showcased shortly before that.


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