Playism announced that the Grafax Software-developed RPG Orangeblood will be delayed from its planned November 2019 release to early 2020.
The delay comes after the publisher and developer found a few “kinks” in the game that needed to be straightened out in order for players to have the best gaming experience possible with their title. The publisher adds, “We apologize to those who were looking forward to getting into the action this autumn and ask for your continued patience while we brush up the game to its fullest potential.”
Orangblood is set at the end of the 20th century on a manmade island off the coast of Okinawa. During gameplay, players will assume the role of four “kawaii” soldiers and go on a demon-killing adventure. The game features a turn-based based battle-system where players will equip firearms and swords in order to take down anything in their way. The system is being developed to be simple yet deep to act as a starting point for anyone new to the genre.
With the delay announcement, new features for the game could be added or fine-tuned. We are definitely ones to encourage developers to take all the time they need to create the best product possible.
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