Compile Heart’s free-to-play card battle RPG, Nep-Nep: Chaos Chanpuru, was expected to release within the year but the company announced its delay to 2017, along with an apology with extras for fans.
As usual, the reason for the delay is so the company can further improve on the game’s quality. Compile Heart is also issuing extra in-game items to players who try out the game in its first three months. The items include 60 gems used for gacha/rolls (enough for 15 rolls), four book-type items (3 each), five jewel-type items (3 each), five elemental items (1 each), and 50,000GP.
Additionally, players will get four different kinds of ☆3 enhancement material cards (5 each) and four different kinds of ☆4 enhancement material cards (5 each).
Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru releases in Japan in 2017 for PlayStation Vita.