The PlayStation store page for the upcoming Shift Up-developed action game, Stellar Blade, has been spotted with a brief FAQ. Most of this list comprises previously confirmed information, though two notes are worth emphasizing.
Firstly, the title is stated to be single-player only. While there haven’t been any rumors or such about multiplayer functionality, it’s neat to see this implementation officially unconfirmed.
Additionally, a physical release is planned, though details on when to expect it or its pricing have not been unveiled yet.
We’ll keep you all updated with the eventual release of Stellar Blade.
In terms of story elements, there is much to ponder. Shift Up is widely known for its mobile gacha Destiny Child, which is praised for its limited pay-to-win systems. The development team comprises team members who also worked on games such as Magna Carta on PlayStation 2, where you’ll notice some of the influences in character designs from character designer Kim Hyung-tae.
In case you missed it, check out our previous coverage of the game, which was a trailer that premiered during the September 2022 Sony State of Play. Impressive gameplay segments, an immersive presentation, and other intriguing facets were presented alongside many screenshots. For those unaware, this title was previously known as “Project Eve” before the Stellar Blade name was finalized.
Many prospective players are comparing this entry to NieR:Automata, but this experience definitely has a distinct vibe that makes it stand out on its own accord. We’re looking forward to learning more next year.
Stellar Blade is planned to launch exclusively for PlayStation 5.
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