The Croixleur Sigma PC version is about to disappear from a major platform. Nyu Media revealed on Steam that the game will be delisted from all distributors on June 1, 2019. (It is currently on Steam and Humble.) People who purchase it ahead of it being delisted will still have it in their libraries.
In addition, as a last hurrah, the PC version of Croixleur Sigma will go on sale on Steam. Between May 30-31, 2019, the price of the game and soundtrack will each be cut by 65%. Originally, it cost $7.99.
In the update, Nyu Media said the delisting is happening as a result of an expired license. It no longer authorized to publish the PC version. As a reminder, Active Gaming Media is the company who handled the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita releases.
The Croixleur Sigma PC version focused on Lucrezia Visconti and Francesca Storaro as the two young women fought through a tower, beating up enemies in the name of the Adjuvant Trial. Their participation in the event would determine whether the Aristocrat or Knight factions will hold power in Ilance. It is a beat’em up with Challenge, Dramatic Battle, Story, Survival, and Time Attack modes. The Dramatic Battle mode even allowed two people to play cooperatively.
Croixleur Sigma was originally released for PCs outside of Japan on April 30, 2014.