Everything SEGA and Atlus Announced At Tokyo Game Show 2021

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Tokyo Game Show 2021 kicked off yesterday and so far, we've seen big presentations from Xbox, Capcom and earlier today, Square Enix. Following news that they'd be revealing a brand new RPG during their stream, SEGA and Atlus were the last big publisher present on today's schedule.

If you missed the stream but are looking to find out more, here's the main news SEGA and Atlus unveiled earlier today:


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Shin Megami Tensei V - Gameplay Footage

During this stream, SEGA revealed a significant portion of Shin Megami Tensei V's gameplay footage. You can see this in action below:


Surviving The Aftermath Trailer

Paradox and Iceflake's post-apocalyptic survival is coming to consoles in 2022 on PS4, Switch and Xbox One, re-releasing this previous trailer to the one below to go with it.

Sin Chronicle

Following news that a brand new RPG was coming to mobiles, SEGA revealed this to be Sin Chronicle, a new title within the Chain Chronicle saga. This narrative will unfold based on your choices, including which party members you've taken with you. That releases in Japan on December 15, 2021.


You can find a full breakdown in the full stream, but here's the reveal trailer.

Full SEGA and Atlus Stream

As for the more minor appearances, we got a look at Lost Judgment, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and more. The full stream with English commentary is right here: