Next Mainline Science Adventure ‘Anonymous;Code’ Has Gone Gold
MAGES has announced that the next upcoming mainline entry in the Science Adventure franchise, Anonymous;Code, has gone gold, meaning it has completed its development after 7 long, long years. They appropriately delivered this notable information via veiled messages hidden in hexadecimal and binary code.
You can view the tweet housing this exciting announcement below:
111000111000001110011110111000111000001010111001111000111000001010111111111000111000001110111100111000111000001010100010111000111000001110000011111000111000001110010111111000111000000110010111111000111000000110011111111000111000001010001000#アノニマス・コード #アノコ pic.twitter.com/Lx7vOL5F1V
— 科学ADV公式@アノニマス・コード7月28日発売 好評予約受付中！ (@kagakuadv) June 10, 2022
View our previous Anonymous;Code coverage:
- New trailer with confirmed July 2022 Japan release for PS4 & Switch
- 2 hours of gameplay + screenshots
- Several character renders, profiles, and gameplay details
- JUNO & Liddie Kumar screenshots, profiles, and character renders
- Pre-order bonuses
- Earth Simulator, GAI Institution, and new characters
- Opening movie with English subtitles
- Limited Edition & Soundtrack CD
- The Vatican & its Notable Members
- Prologue Video + New Profiles
- Science Adventure Fan Group Translates Anonymous;Code’s First Chapter
Anonymous;Code is releasing in Japan on July 28, 2022, for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
The next localized entry for the franchise will be Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack, releasing for Nintendo Switch in the West on October 7, 2022.
Chaos:Head Noah can be seen as the director’s cut version of the original Chaos;Head which was a PC-only release in Japan. Noah added character routes and released for several consoles in Japan. Unfortunately, no edition of Chaos;Head has ever received an official localization.
Chaos;Child is a visual novel taking place 6 years after Chaos;Head Noah, focusing on a new group of protagonists. This title did receive an official English localization from publisher PQube on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and by publisher Spike Chunsoft on PC via Steam.
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