Judgment 2 will be titled Lost Judgment? Toni dark and Yagami, the rumor

Judgment 2 will be titled Lost Judgment? Toni dark and Yagami, the rumor

Judgment 2 will be titled Lost Judgment? Toni dark and Yagami

A little less than a month after the arrival of Judgment on PS5, Xbox Series X and Google Stadia, it seems that the developers of the house RGG Studio are ready to stage a sequel.

To suggest it is the Tojo Dojo portal, which in the past proved to be quite reliable in terms of advances on the activities of the Japanese software house. According to what was reported, sources - obviously anonymous - would have reported interesting information following the sighting of the Lost Judgment trademark registered by SEGA. The portal had in fact initially excluded that it could be something related to the Judgment of 2019, but the sources cited would have convinced him otherwise.

According to what is reported in this new report, Lost Judgment would actually be the title chosen for the sequel to the epic set in Kamurocho, Japan. The Judgment: Seize The Truth option would also have been under discussion, which would however have finally been set aside. The title of RGG Studio would also include the return of Yagami, again accompanied this time by the trusted Kaito. To complete the picture, the choice to adopt darker and darker tones for this new narrative, regarding which, however, no further details have been offered.



At the moment, neither SEGA nor RGG However, Studio have confirmed the start of work on a sequel to Judgment: we therefore invite you to remember that we are talking about an unconfirmed rumor.





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