Action JRPG ‘Crymachina’ Japan Release Delayed to Late July 2023

Developer FuRyu has announced that they have delayed the Japanese release of their upcoming action JRPG, Crymachina, to July 27, 2023, from July 6, 2023, to improve the game’s quality. There is no word on whether the title’s localized release will also face a delay, but considering how brief this is, it’s pretty likely the Western version will be unaffected.

Crymachina will launch westward for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam in Fall 2023.

The Crymachina protagonist, Lebel Distel, is on the edge of death, and as she seemingly passes away, a voice saying, “You have been chosen,” echoes in her head. An android named Enoa then greets her. Throughout this title, players take control of girls fighting to achieve catharsis in a cruel, harsh world. It is set in the future after mankind has become extinct and occurs in an outer space structure known as Eden.

Artificial life forms called Deux ex Machina self-evolve here with the goal of achieving Human Restoration. However, when the first Deus ex Machina and overseer of Eden, Propator, is lost, a rift opens between the Dei ex Machina. Players can look forward to combat boasting intricate weapon customization.

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