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Evangelion Battlefields Will Be Delayed Until Further Notice

The “battle action” cell recreation Evangelion Battlefields will probably be delayed till additional discover. Originally, the smartphone battle motion recreation was scheduled to launch on Android and Apple iOS gadgets on March 26, 2020. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

This delay to Evangelion Battlefields is just not because of the on-going COVID-19 coronavirus disaster. Instead, the creators need to dedicate extra time to enhancing its gameplay. In truth, the staff took to Twitter to make it clear that this was the case, issuing an apology on March 25, 2020:


皆様により良いプレイ環境をご提供する為、明日3/26(木)に予定しておりました #エヴァBF のリリースを延期させて頂くことになりました。


改めて正式リリース日が決まり次第、ご報告させて頂きます。#エヴァ pic.twitter.com/0Yab6L0sAk

— エヴァンゲリオン バトルフィールズ公式 (@evabf_official) March 25, 2020

Evangelion Battlefields will probably be a free-to-start, largely free-to-play recreation with in-game purchases. The recreation will function 3D graphics and Evas that you would use to battle towards foes and pals alike. Furthermore, its content material will launch in seasons. Currently, there’s no additional info accessible concerning each the primary season and future seasons of the sport. 

Additionally, Takara Tomy Arts deliberate to launch peripherals for the sport. This included two Eva-shaped controllers and a series of figures, together with Battlefields unique characters. As of March 25, 2020, it seems that Takara Tomy’s devices will nonetheless launch on March 26. They’ll simply come out forward of Evangelion Battlefields‘ eventual launch. You can try the controller and figures on the official page here.

Evangelion Battlefields will head to Android and Apple iOS gadgets in Japan. 

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