Publisher PQube announced that the physical release of the BeXide-developed deck builder, Super Bullet Break, has been delayed on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch to a new release date of September 2, 2022. The digital release is still set for August 12, which includes a PC via Steam release.
The cause of the delay was manufacturing, but no other information was provided. Physical preorders will remain valid for those looking forward to the physical release.
Super Bullet Break features over 160 “bullets” to collect, which are essentially just cute anime-style girls with unique skills and backstories. In addition, there’s a gacha system without the microtransactions where players obtain rewards through battles and open up treasure at the shops without paying anything. Further, the new cards increase the power of decks to get deeper into the roguelike battle systems.
Super Bullet Break does feature a story where players must save the online game world from destruction. But unfortunately, a rogue AI has taken over the game, so it’s up to you to jump into the digital world and fight off these characters. The game is inspired by gacha games but adds a layer of strategy deckbuilding with a bunch of cute anime characters.
Players can also customize girls by choosing the traits to build a deck that can take on the strongest opponents. Also, there are seven game maps designed around classic genres, from romance sims to dungeon crawlers.
We’ll keep you updated on the release of Super Bullet Break.
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