Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten demo to feature roughly 4-5 hours of content

    10% of the full game's content.

    Aquaplus executive producer Naoya Shimokawa confirmed a demo of Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten is being prepared.

    According to Shimokawa, the demo features roughly 4-5 hours of content totaling 10% of the full game. Shimokawa’s remarks could mean that Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten will be roughly 50 hours or so to complete. A release date for the Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten demo was not revealed.

    Here’s an overview of Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten from our previous coverage:


    A new JRPG from AQUAPLUS, announced in commemoration of 20 years of their hit Utawarerumono franchise. Produced by legendary composer Naoya Shimokawa and penned by Utawarerumono writer Munemitsu Suga, with support from the studio’s superb art direction spearheaded by character designer Mi, Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten focuses on the heart of every great RPG: the story.


    In the small province of Ennakamuy, on the frontiers of the great empire of Yamato, there lived a young man with his mother and sister. One day, at the local lord’s behest, the young man was investigating a small irregularity when he encountered a girl he’d never met.
    The words the girl spoke were what shocked him: She told the man that his father was still alive.
    Seeing a trace of his father in her and resolving to learn the truth, the young man and the girl set out together towards the land of Arva Shulan—a country that doesn’t appear on the map.
    Faced with trials and perils, the boy chases his father.
    He meets new friends and comrades who join him on his mission.
    There will be struggles and victories and failures and partings.
    The fickle vagaries of fate will place an epoch in the young man’s hands—
    And one day, this man will be sung of in legends.

    Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten launches November 17 for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. At this time, the PS4 and PS5 releases are Japan-only.

    Soul Kiwami
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    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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