BlazBlue Entropy Effect Roguelike Game Gets a Steam Page for PC Version

BlazBlue Entropy Effect Roguelike Game Gets a Steam Page for PC Version

A BlazBlue spin-off game looks to be appearing worldwide, as the PC version of BlazBlue Entropy Effect Steam product page is live. There’s no release date for it yet. All it notes is that it is “coming soon.” However, it also confirms the 91Act title will be a roguelike.

The official screenshots and trailer from the BlazBlue Entropy Effect Steam page show a few of the playable characters. When the trailer begins, the robot that seems to be controlled by a player ends up getting to go into a stage as Mai Natsume. After that Es, who originally debuted in XBlaze, shows up. Noel Vermillion also appears to be there. Hakumen and Nu also show up.

Here are the first five screenshots for this BlazBlue spin-off game.

It seems that this will be a game in which players control robots in the “real world.” They can then enter stages, during which they will use the iconic BlazBlue characters to face challenges and fight bosses. The product page noted that it will be available in English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese. However, the Steam trailer and screenshots only feature Chinese. This will also be a single-player game with some sort of online multiplayer element.

BlazBlue Entropy Effect is in development and “coming soon” to the PC via Steam.

Jenni Lada
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