A lot of fans have been eagerly awaiting Danganri on the PlayStation 4, but it seems that the game’s developers aren’t expecting a large audience of new users.
The game’s beta has been taking a lot of flack from those who say it’s not fair for the developers to make a game that will eventually be a major seller for PlayStation 4.
It’s not exactly surprising that DanganRONPA’s developers are feeling the pressure.
In December, Danganrenpa beta-testers received a new, unannounced PS4 exclusive mode called Danganramon, which was meant to allow them to test out the game.
But this week, DANANRONPA has revealed that its beta won’t be available for the PlayStation 5.
Instead, the game will be restricted to users who have already played the game and have a PS5.
The new mode is designed to be “a more robust beta for people who have played the previous game”, DANANTRONPA wrote on its Twitter account.
But users who haven’t played the PS5 beta are not eligible for the beta.
Users who have downloaded Danganranpa Beta on PS5 will still be able to participate in the beta, but they won’t have access to all of the game, according to the developer.
In the meantime, players who have not yet downloaded the game on PS4 can continue to play it.
If you’re planning to download the game now, you can find instructions on how to do so here.
We’ve reached out to DanganrinPaku to see if the game is available on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 yet.
We’ll update this article if we hear back.
The news comes as Danganromorph: The Animation, the upcoming PS4 game by the studio NIS America, also seems to be taking a big hit from the PS4 beta.
NIS’ Danganroku: Trigger Happy Havoc beta was released on the PS3 in 2013, but the PS Vita version has been delayed for several months.
In March, the publisher announced that the sequel was in the works and would be released on PS Vita and PS4 in 2018.
The developer has since made the decision to hold off on releasing the sequel on the platform until it can “more fully explore” the experience of the original.
However, it still appears that NIS has no plans to make the sequel available on PS3 or PS4, which is a shame.
The beta of DanganrOnpa was supposed to open on June 7, but that date has now been pushed back.
DanganROnpa 2: Goodbye Despair will be available on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on June 13.
The PS4 version will also be available exclusively for those who bought the PSVita version.