Disaster Report 4 was set to release on the PlayStation 3 all the way back in 2011. By all accounts, the Irem developed sequel was virtually finished, but following the devastating earthquake in Japan, the company decided to outright cancel the game. However, the rights to the release were re-acquired by Granzella recently, and Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories has been announced for the PlayStation 4. Are you keeping up?
The game's been built from the ground up using the original PS3 outing as the foundations. You'll be able to play as either a male or female protagonist, where you'll need to survive in a disaster stricken city. Along the way you'll meet with other survivors sharing your plight, and will need to scavenge for resources in order to stay alive. While the trailer doesn't scream new-gen, it does look way better than the planned last-gen release.
No launch date has been revealed just yet, but we're sure that we'll learn more soon. Are you a fan of these survival games? Are you hoping for a Western release? Hide under a table in the comments section below.