The demo of ‘Summon Night 6’ for PS Vita arrives on February 25 in Japan

The content of the next delivery from the popular Japanese magazine Famitsu, which this time comes with news about the long-awaited exclusive for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, Summon Night 6: Lost Borders, which will be released in Japan this coming March 10.

Famitsu has revealed that Bandai Namco intends release a demo of the game on the PlayStation Store for PS Vita, which will be available this coming February 25 in Japan. The demo was released last week thanks to a leak in a web advertisement, revealing that the demo would arrive at the PlayStation Store, without specifying the platform.

Unfortunately we are not certain about a demo for PlayStation 4 and this version may never receive one, it seems. Soon we will bring you more details about what will be playable in the Summon Night 6: Lost Borders demo and what we can expect for the PS4 version.


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