The release of Shin Megami Tensei V took too long, but this much-anticipated role of Atlus finally came to Nintendo Switch in November last year It came out and fortunately proved to be worth all the expectations. The game has been widely acclaimed by critics and audiences alike, and not surprisingly, this has been reflected in the game's good sales. It has sold more than 1 million copies worldwide. In early January, more than 800,000 copies were announced, and that seems to be a fairly good trend. Of course, due to the good response from critics of this game, you may not take this amount of Sales very seriously, but it should be noted that the Tennessee Shin Megami series has always had its own fans due to its different elements, and currently only on A platform is available.
For comparison, the fourth installment of the series, released for the Nintendo 3DS in 2013, sold more than 60,000 copies in the two years since its release. With this statistic, it seems that Shin Megami Tennessee 5 is the best-selling version of the series. On the occasion of this success, the game's character designer, Masayuki Doi, has published a work of art, which you can see below.
Shin Megami Tennessee 5 is a turn-based role-playing game developed by Team Maniax and published by Athlos. In Europe, of course, Nintendo has been tasked with publishing it. The game's synopsis states that an unplanned diversion course anesthetizes the protagonist when he is prevented from moving home by a horrific murder scene in present-day Tokyo. He wakes up in a new Tokyo; A barren land that has been destroyed by the apocalypse and is now called Daat. Before the bloodthirsty demons can take his life, a savior appears and they unite and become a powerful creature that is neither human nor devil, that is, a nahobino. With new power, the protagonist fights for survival in a mysterious realm full of mythical gods and demonic oppressors. Available for PlayStation 4 and PC.