Flight-Based Mecha Game Project Nimbus Leaves Early Access

By Joel Couture . September 30, 2017 . 5:00pm

Project Nimbus, a flight based mecha game of blasting enemy machines and incoming missiles as players hurtle through the skies, has left Steam Early Access, offering its full suite of levels to players.

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Project Nimbus sees mankind take to the skies after war destroys the Earth’s surface, but the conflicts haven’t ended there. People continue to fight using customizable mecha known as Battle Frames, optimizing them with varied weapons that players can use to wipe out their opponents, be they other Battle Frame pilots, supersonic jets, or colossal motherships and planet-destroying weapons. With the high maneuverability and flight capabilities of the Battle Frames, these gun fights between machines promise to be dizzying, acrobatic affairs.

With the completion of the Steam version, its developers are now looking to release Project Nimbus on PS4. Called Project Nimbus: Code Marai, the first two episodes will be releasing in Japan this Fall, with a full version coming out on PS4 worldwide sometime in 2018.

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Project Nimbus is available now on Steam.


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