The game takes place on an island where the inhabitants never sleep at night, known as “Le Soir.” The story is focused on the intertwined fate of two girls, which are probably the ladies shown in the screenshots below:
As we previously reported, the game is an action RPG in which you enlist the aid of demon minions, dubbed “Servan.”
The protagonist is named Arnas, and she’s described as “half evil,” while her companion, Lyuritus, is described as a literal saint.
The game’s development producer, Keisuke Kikuchi, is known for both the Deception and the Fatal Frame series.
Artist Yoshiku is handling the illustrations (you can view an example of that at the top of the article), as well as Gust’s main producer Tadanobu Inoue is heading the core producer’s role.
Finally, it’s worth mentioning that Kikuchi-san teased in an earlier interview that he wishes to create more new IPs like Yoru no Nai Kuni, alongside the company’s regular series, like Aterlier, Ar Tonelico, and more.
Yoru no Nai Kuni is launching in Japan on August 27th, across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita.