Disgaea 5 Confirmed, Coming To Playstation 4
Fans have been eagerly awaiting the next entry in the Disgaea franchise and the recent announcement looks to hit right up the alley with fans.
It appears that Disgaea 5 is indeed in development and will be coming exclusively to Playstation 4. No other platforms have been listed on the official website. NeoGaf even went as far and said that the characters featured in a previously reported holiday card that many suspected to be a tease, was in fact the character list.
Sadly no other information is known about Disgaea 5 as of yet besides what is on display on the site. Which as of now is just the logo, vague date of 2015 and of course the aforementioned platform of Playstation 4. One can only hope that it ups the ante again, with even more content and an intriguing story. Oh and of course 60 FPS, 1080p on Playstation 4. For now though until official word has come out from Nippon Ichi Software, it is all just wishful thinking.
Disgaea 5 is set to release on Playstation 4 in 2015.
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