Back in October, Visual Arts announced Key’s Harmonia would be released worldwide before 2015 ends. Today, an unavoidable delay has been announced on its Steam Greenlight page. The game won’t be released until Spring 2016.
Exact reasons for the delay weren’t provided. Visual Arts cited “unforeseen circumstances” as the cause. It also apologized for not meeting its 2015 release window.
In Harmonia, a Phiroid robot without emotions named Rei meets two girls named Shiona and Tipi. Through their interactions, he learns how to connect with people and discovers more about himself, the world, and feelings that come from bonding with other people.
Harmonia is a kinetic visual novel for Windows PCs. It is being created in honor of the developer’s 15th anniversary. Once released, it will be available in Asia, North America, and Europe.