BlazBlue Entropy Effect
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BlazBlue Entropy Effect Gets Gameplay Trailer, 2023 Release Target

91Act released a new gameplay trailer for BlazBlue Entropy Effect on Twitter, as well as stating that the developer is aiming for a 2023 release date. A Steam page for the game appeared back in January 2023, confirming a PC release on Steam, but other details for the action-roguelike have been sparse.

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The new trailer shows more of the little robots that the player appears to control, and who can control BlazBlue characters in turn when they enter gameplay stages. As the characters show off their abilities, an unnamed voice questions the choices of the player character or perhaps the player themselves.

We also got a look at some of the selectable upgrades for Es Mitsurugi. They include Cyan Blade Assault, a move that spends energy to shoot projectiles, Crest Expansion, which enlarges summoned crests and causes them to move forward, and a Split Crown attack that boosts aerial combat by extending her stomping attack to 4 stages and summoning a crest.

You can view the tweet and accompanying trailer below:

The game is licensed by Arc System Works, who originally created the BlazBlue series. ArcSys recently announced new several new characters for its other games, including Siegfried in Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising and Asuka R. Kreutz for Guilty Gear Strive.

BlazBlue Entropy Effect is expected for release some time this year on PC via Steam.


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