Developer Aquaplus has announced that the upcoming Utawarerumono prequel title, Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten, has been delayed to November 17, 2022. This marks the title’s second delay, with the first having occurred in July 2022, stating that an October 20, 2022, release date was planned.
Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten Release Date Update
The upcoming Steam release of Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten has been delayed to November 17th, 2022 (Thur.). This is the second alteration to the release date, following a prior change in July to fine-tune the game’s overall balance and polish.
Development had progressed to the final stages when the team was struck with a COVID-19 infection that caused unforeseen delays to the remaining work. We have once again adjusted the production schedule in order to prioritize the health of our staff.
Once again, we must deeply apologize to all of the players looking forward to the release and to all of our friends and partners helping to make it happen. We seek your understanding in this matter and thank you very much for your continued support.
- Previous release date: October 20th, 2022 (Thur.)
- New release date: November 17th, 2022 (Thur.)
While the game will have PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 editions in Japan, only the PC version has been announced for western release by publisher Shiravune. NIS America localized the first game’s remake on PlayStation 4, but it is unknown whether they will do the same for this upcoming new entry.
The latest localized release for this series is Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen. This title is a remake of the original Utawarerumono, which was never officially released in the west. The title tells the story of events leading up to Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth; both titles were initially published and localized by Atlus in the west. All three games were also released on PC by Shiravune.
Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen contains extra content, remastered visuals, and a necessary piece in the puzzle for Utawarerumono fans to understand the entire story. Every scene has been enhanced, with each illustration presented in HD. Additionally, battles are displayed on complete 3D fields, and a new Special Extended Mode has been added.
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