The newest Shin Megami Tensei V demon commentary from character and demon designer Masayuki Doi, posted on Atlus’s official Twitter account, focuses on Loup-Garou. He’s a werewolf from France and, in this interpretation, was a tyrannical warlord punished together with his present kind. He’s below the Beast classification and has a singular electric-based talent known as Souffle d’éclair, which suggests Lightning Breath.
Doi outlines his design decisions in the Shin Megami Tensei V Loup-Garou commentary, which entails a mix of French aristocracy mixed with the French flag that contrasts his feral nature as a werewolf. Even his animations and dialogue replicate this duality. For occasion, when he’s extra human, his speech is refined and peppered with French and he carries himself upright with grace and the Aristocracy. But when his wolf facet is in management, he turns into way more feral in nature together with his speech sample changing into rougher and even strolling on all fours.
As a facet word, the animation for his Souffle d’éclair talent is an exaggerated pulled-back movement that additionally emphasizes his beastly nature. You can take a look at the tweet for the total commentary under:
Doi-san’s Demon Commentary: Loup-garou ????
En garde! The fearsome werewolf Loup-garou makes his first look in #SMT5! Doi-san additionally shares extra about how demon design was included into animations and dialogue! pic.twitter.com/za3WPPi57e
— Official ATLUS West (@Atlus_West) September 14, 2021
The beforehand launched Shin Megami Tensei V commentary mentioned the plot necessary Abdiel, who’s the chief of Bethel’s regulation forces and an archangel from the novel Paradise Lost. Meanwhile, the September 14, 2021 every day demon trailers cowl each Hua Po and Ame no Uzume.
Shin Megami Tensei V will come to the Nintendo Switch in Japan on November 11, 2021 and worldwide on November 12, 2021