By Ishaan . July 26, 2012 . 10:31am
Games aren’t the only thing Imageepoch have been delaying; they delay demos, too. Today, they announced via their official blog that the demo for Sol Trigger, originally scheduled for release in July, has been pushed back to September 6th.
The primary reason for the delay of the demo is linked to the delay of the game itself. Sol Trigger was originally scheduled to be released in Japan on August 30th, but retailers asked Imageepoch to hold off because there were too many other games coming out on that day. For example; Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers, Senran Kagura Burst, and Hatsune Miku Project Diva f will all launch on August 30th.
The Sol Trigger demo was supposed to tide players over until the game’s release, but Imageepoch say that they would like to make it part of the game’s marketing efforts, closer to the new release date, which is October 4th.
Additionally, they also released a new character video, featuring Farrel, which you can watch above. You can read more about Sol Trigger using its tag.