Macross Shooting Insight launches in January 2024- International version key art

Macross -Shooting Insight- Will Launch Worldwide in January 2024

Bushiroad announced the release date for Macross -Shooting Insight-. It will launch the anime-based mecha shooting game simultaneously worldwide, excluding China, on January 25, 2024.

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The official English announcement simply mentioned that the game will be available digitally worldwide. The original Japanese announcement added that there will be physical releases for the Switch, PS4, and PS5 in Japan. First-print editions of the physical releases will include a promotional Weiss Schwarz card. Bushiroad will also release a limited edition that contains a 40-page booklet and an acrylic plate. The latter will contain an image of the exclusive box art featuring characters from the first Macross newly drawn by Haruhiko Mikimoto.

Shooting Insight will be a shoot ’em up game with a crossover story featuring Variable Fighters and characters from Macross PlusMacross ZeroMacross 7Macross Frontier, and Macross Delta. Bushiroad will include additional content from Macross: Do You Remember Love? in the Japanese physical releases or as DLC for players who purchase the game digitally.

However, it is currently unknown whether the Do You Remember Love? content will also be available internationally or not. Despite existing on the original Japanese website, the English version omits Lynn Minmay from the key art and does not mention the title’s DLC inclusion either as of this 12pm ET on August 24, 2023.

Macross -Shooting Insight- will be available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam on January 25, 2024.


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