The Sony Japan title will be available to download from the PlayStation Network on September 26, it has been revealed. The announcement is accompanied by a new trailer showcasing the game's unique concept.
Tokyo Jungle follows once-domestic animals as they attempt to survive in a deserted, futuristic version of Tokyo.
Sony confirmed that the PS3-exclusive would launch in Europe back in 2010, although it was originally expected to release last year.
"Imagine a post-apocalyptic Tokyo in which the human race has been wiped out and wild animals rule the planet. Finally, you'll get to discover if a tiger could kill a crocodile and if a Chihuahua could outrun a monkey," explained Sony.
"Choose your creature and try to survive as long as you can, running around the city in search of prey. You have to watch your back though; it's a real jungle out there."
Sony Japan recently announced Rain and Puppeteer as part of the firm's gamescom conference.
Puppeteer stars Kutaro, a young boy transformed into a puppet by the evil Moon Bear King, who promptly eats Kutaro's wooden head.
It will play like a traditional 2D platform title in which the environment changes around the player, much like being on stage.
Rain, meanwhile, is an adventure game where players control an invisible boy who can only be seen when walking in the rain.