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CyberConnect2 details their schedule of releases

Order, order!

We've known for awhile now what titles CyberConnect2 is working on, but we weren't quite sure when those titles would see release. While we still don't have any release dates, the company did explain in what order their upcoming projects will launch. We now know that the first game to see release will be Fuga: Melodies of Steel, followed by Tokyo Ogre Gate, and finally Cecile. Furthermore, CyberConnect2 reconfirmed that they'll be self-publishing all three titles.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel getting a physical release

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CyberConnect2 has confirmed that Fuga: Melodies of Steel is going to get a physical release alongside the previously-announced eShop version. Company president Hiroshi Matsuyama shared a statement on the title, which you can read in full below.

“Fuga‘s release was originally planned for digital release only. However, many of our fans have expressed their desire for a physical copy, and several console makers offered us to take care of the overseas physical release. That’s why we’re planning to release hard copies as well. Fuga will be available physically AND digitally. This will be the case for all countries and regions, and we’re currently discussing with potential partners to find the best match. We will, of course, make an announcement once it’s decided, so stay tuned!”

Fuga gets bumped into early 2020, gets a subtitle

Now called Fuga: Melodies of Steel

CyberConnect2 has announced that their strategy simulation follow-up to the Little Tail Bronx series is delayed to early 2020. This information was revealed at Anime Expo 2019, where the game also received a new subtitle. Previously known simply as Fuga, the game is now called Fuga: Melodies of Steel.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel is set in a world inspired by France during World War II, where 11 children board a tank in an attempt to rescue their families. The story will feature 12 chapters and multiple endings. When you die, you restart from the first chapter, but you hold on to all of your experience. To get the game's best ending, everyone has to survive the final chapter.

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