It is unusual for a demo to arrive on Xbox first, even more so an anime game that typically performs better on PlayStation, but it has happened.
The demo for Scarlett Nexus is now available on Xbox.
Here is what you need to know.
Scarlet Nexus Demo Now Available
The demo for Scarlet Nexus has launched on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.
Scarlett Nexus is an anime-style action game that is being developed by Bandai Namco, perhaps best known for the Tekken, Soul Calibur, and Ace Combat series.
The studio also developed New Pokemon Snap and helped with the development of Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
The demo is available to download now and will follow on PlayStation next Friday, May 28th.
Scarlet Nexus will launch across all platforms on June 25th and will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.
Check out the official Scarlet Nexus demo trailer below.
About Scarlet Nexus
In the far distant future, a psionic hormone was discovered in the human brain, granting people extra-sensory powers and changed the world as we knew it.
As humanity entered this new era, deranged mutants known as Others began to descend from the sky with a hunger for human brains.
Highly resistant to conventional attack methods, extreme measures needed to be taken to battle the overwhelming threat and preserve humanity.
Those with acute extra-sensory abilities, known as psionics, were our only chance to fight the onslaught from above.
Since then, psionics have been scouted for their talents and recruited to the Other Suppression Force (OSF), humanity’s last line of defense.
Featuring a dual story, begin your adventure with either Yuito Sumeragi, an energetic recruit from a prestigious political family or Kasane Randall, the mysterious scout whose power and skill has gained great notoriety among the OSF.
As their different experiences interweave with each other, it is only then that you will reveal the full story and unlock all the mysteries of a Brain Punk future caught between technology and psychic abilities in SCARLET NEXUS.
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