Arc System Works Teasing More Games For PC

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We’re a little late in covering this news, but since it is important in the grander scheme of things, it doesn’t hurt to touch upon it: Arc System Works are teasing more of their games for PC.

 

On November 14th, Arc System Works revealed via Twitter that BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend is coming to Steam on December 11th, courtesy of H2 Interactive. The game will feature both local and online multiplayer, and will include English, Japanese, Korean and Chinese language support.

 

Arc System Works followed their announcement up with this tweet: “BB:CS Extend follows [Guilty Gear] Isuka, GGX2 Reload, & [BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger] in the Steam frenzy. What does this mean for future ASW titles? Stay tuned to find out!”

 

The Steam page for BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend can be accessed here.


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