Bandai Namco has announced that their upcoming mecha action game Synduality Echo of Ada has been delayed to an unspecified date, with promises of additional development updates before release.
Additionally, a brief new teaser trailer was shared, highlighting some of the mech combat and exploration players can anticipate. The game will also be playable for participants of Tokyo Game Show 2023.
The following message has been shared:
“We know many are excited to hear more news about the game, but the team will need a little more time to prepare your CRADLECOFFIN and Magus for the sortie!
As we continue to work on game development and improvements, we’ll have more updates coming soon.
Please look out for more info in the future, including opportunities to preview SYNDUALITY Echo of Ada in person.”
Synduality Echo of Ada will have players go on a dystopian journey within the post-apocalyptic world of Amasia with their AI partner, Magus. It’s a struggle to prevail and survive, with the aim being to compete for resources, avoid the rain, and reclaim humanity’s ground. In case you missed it, check out our announcement coverage of the game and anime.
The Synduality Noir anime premiered earlier this year.
You can view the latest gameplay teaser trailer for
Synduality Echo of Ada is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.
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