SEGA is happy with Shin Megami Tensei V sales

SEGA is happy with Shin Megami Tensei V sales

Shin Megami Tensei V, the long-awaited next installment in the Shin Megami Tensei series, was just released for the Nintendo Switch and garnered positive reviews.

The JRPG is presently limited to the Nintendo Switch family of consoles, with SEGA telling investors at the SEGA Sammy Management Meeting 2021 that sales had “been pretty excellent.” Shin Megami Tensei V has sold over 800,000 copies globally, according to Japanese sales tracker Famitsu, which means it has now eclipsed Shin Megami Tensei IV’s lifetime sales. Here’s what SEGA has to say to potential investors:

SEGA Sammy Management Meeting 2021

At this point, the marketing of each title has been very successful and the sales status of “Shin Megami Tensei V”, which was just released recently has been quite good.

About Shin Megami Tensei V

Godhood Awaits

When a gruesome murder scene stops our protagonist’s way home in modern-day Tokyo, an unanticipated detour burys him and renders him unconscious.

He wakes in a new Tokyo, a wasteland destroyed by the catastrophe now known as Da’at… but before the bloodthirsty demons can take his life, a rescuer appears, and the two join forces to become a tremendous entity neither human nor demon: a Nahobino.

The protagonist, armed with unexpected power, travels through Da’at, an intriguing region populated by mythological deities and demonic rulers who are always at odds for existence.

In search of answers, the protagonist must build his own path in a war between light and darkness to determine the world’s destiny.