New Project JUDGE demo available to Japanese PS+ users
A new Project JUDGE demo was somewhere on the horizon, as hinted by Yakuza series producer and head of Ryu ga Gotoku Studios Toshihiro Nagoshi during a previously broadcasted Seganama stream. Yesterday the official Project JUDGE account (or JUDGE EYES as it is known in Japan) tweeted the announcement of a new demo being available to Japanese PlayStation+ users. This demo is around 12 gigabytes of data and is the first chapter of the game. More investigation spots and playspots are available for players to enjoy and all of the experience players accumulate from this demo can be transferred to the full game when it releases in Japan early next month. For now only Japanese accounts with Playstation+ can access the demo on the PlayStation store (which can be found here), but on November 29 it will become available to all PlayStation users in Japan.
Project JUDGE is scheduled to be released exclusively for the PlayStation 4 in the west and Japan sometime in 2019. You can find more of our coverage on Project JUDGE here.