Devil Survivor 2 will release in Europe after reaching the pre-order goal set by its publisher.

UK publisher Ghostlight had asked for help getting the niche DS role-player on these shores, calling for 1800 pre-orders via its website by 30th August to ensure manufacturing.

Ghostlight blamed "challenges faced in the current retail sector" for why the cult sequel could not be published via traditional means, "despite support from many retailers".

With the release now guaranteed, a release date will soon be announced. You can still pre-order, of course.

"I think you're all aware by now, but we genuinely couldn't have done this without your incredible support," said Ghostlight's Ross Brierley.

"You have all truly been the difference in making sure that Devil Survivor 2 receives its well deserved European release."

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