Danganronpa Decadence: Four Danganronpa titles are coming to Nintendo Switch as part of a new compilation dubbed Danganronpa Decadence, which is meant to commemorate the grisly school-set gaming series’ tenth anniversary. The Danganronpa series, created by Spike Chunsoft, is a visual novel series that traditionally combines an educational atmosphere with cold-blooded murder (which means your fate is knot with the game). Students in a school setting are driven to murder one another and try to get away with it, thanks to a wicked bear named Monokuma – a plot that is similar to that of Among Us in some ways!
This collection brings together the anniversary editions of three classic games – 2010’s Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, 2012’s Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, and 2017’s Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony – The game having an fantastic visual effect and have an very well developed digital effect. The Danganronpa gaming have an very good franchise they provide a very comfortable gaming system to the players. When will Danganronpa Decadence be released, and what else do you need to know about it? Continue reading to find out!
WHAT IS THE RELEASE DATE FOR DANGANRONPA DECADENCE?
There is no official announcement of the Danganronpa Decadence it will be premier on 2021 ending. According to the collection’s official website, the game’s age rating has yet to be determined, and the pricing has also yet to be determined. We’ll definitely announces the latest and upcoming updates about this game.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO PRE-ORDER DANGANRONPA DECADE?
Pre-orders for Danganronpa Decadence don’t appear to have started yet, but official marketing materials (see below) indicate that they will be “available soon!” We will definitely provides the information about release date. A normal edition and a collector’s edition will be available, with the latter including a 10th-anniversary poster, a remastered original soundtrack, three lenticular prints, and a steelbox-style casing. Numskull Games will publish the physical version of the game in Europe. You can also buy the games individually on the Nintendo eShop if you want to.