Chinese developer Ultizero took to Twitter to set the record straight about a possible release window announcement for Lost Soul Aside.
The confusion comes after a translation spread across Twitter from a Chinese interview where the creator, Yang Bing, stated that he hopes to finish the game by 2020. Well, some outlets took this and used it as a release window announcement to which the developer had to address in a statement that this was not true.
The developer writes:
Today, news spread from a Chinese radio interview that Yang Bing led about Lost Soul Aside & his future projects; in which the creator said he hopes to be able to release the game by the end of 2020. Take note, however, that this is not a release date announcement.
We understand people’s hype and expectations towards our project and we are very grateful! However, please do not spread false information about a “release date announcement”. More news coming soon!
Lost Soul Aside details the adventure of Kazer and his dragon companion, Arena. Kazer and Arena act as both the teacher and student to various circumstances as they head out on their adventure. The game will feature English audio as well as unrevealed new characters to come.
The gameplay is action-focused and screams inspiration from games like Devil May Cry and Ninja Gaiden, but with the appeal and style of high budget RPG. The game features numerous enemies and larget bosses that the player will need to utilize Kazer’s abilities and skills to get through.
In case you were wondering, China Hero Project aims to see each of these titles come west. Also, check out the most recent trailer showing gameplay.
Lost Soul Aside is in development for PlayStation 4.
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