Last May, we found out Akihito Tsukushi’s long-running manga and anime series Made in Abyss would be coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Now, in a new update, Spike Chunsoft and Chime Corporation have announced that the video game adaptation Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness will be arriving on the hybrid system in Fall 2022. It will also be released on the PlayStation 4 and Steam at the same time.
As previously noted, standards and collector’s editions of the game will be made available. Here’s some additional PR and a first look at the game in the trailer above:
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness is coming to PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch™, and Steam® in Fall 2022!
Take the Dive of Your Life! Made in Abyss, the breathtaking manga and anime series by Akihito Tsukushi, is getting its first-ever video game adaptation!
Experience the Anime’s Story The story begins with Riko and Reg’s meeting in the first episode of season one. This marks the start of their great adventure, and together they travel to Seeker Camp in the second layer of the Abyss. Experience the awesome power of the Curse of the Abyss, as well as the astonishing, legendary entities known as primeval creatures. Prepare to glimpse the world of Riko and her friends.
Experience a Brand-New Story Another story takes place many days after Riko and Reg depart for the Abyss. The world’s sole remaining, unconquered chasm, the Abyss, is the stage where many adventures are born…and disappear. Those who appear in these stories are mesmerized by the power of the Abyss and aim for the bottom of the netherworld. The story about to be told is of the adventures of a nameless Cave Raider in the Abyss.
・Relive the world of the Abyss in this 3D Action RPG!
・Original story supervised by Akihito Tsukushi!
・Play the game with either Japanese or English text and audio!
・The anime cast reprise their roles for fully voiced event scenes!
Standard and Collector’s Editions are available for pre-order. Visit Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness website for more details! https://www.spike-chunsoft.co.jp/miab… Physical versions published in European regions by Numskull Games.
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