Pre-Orders for Nintendo Switch Version of DEEMO -Reborn- Taiko no Tatsujin Collab Song Pack Coming to Switch and Mobile

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December 5, 2020

DEEMO -Reborn- is a 3D rhythm game that integrates puzzle-solving elements, a reboot inheriting the heart-warming story of its source material. By bringing DEEMO to 3D, players can fully immerse themselves in its universe while collecting all the classic songs and more.

Besides adding a controller mode and brand-new songs to the Nintendo Switch version, DEEMO -Reborn- will collaborate with the renowned rhythm game Taiko no Tatsujin. A New Year paid IAP song pack that includes the well-known songs such as “Kaichu Teien o Motsu Shoujo (懐中庭園を持つ少女)”, “Toryu (冬竜 ~Toryu~)”, “No Gravity”, “Rin (凛)”, and ”3piece-JazzParty!” will be added to the game.

A pre-registration for the mobile version of DEEMO -Reborn- is also going on now. Starting from December 17th, players will be able to enjoy the Taiko no Tatsujin collaboration song pack on both the mobile and Nintendo Switch versions.

Google Play Pre-Registration: http://short.rayark.com/DRprereg

App Store Pre-Order: http://short.rayark.com/DRpreorder

Rayark DEEMO -Reborn- Official Website: https://deemo.com/reborn/zh/

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