Phantom Breaker: Omnia release date trailer

Phantom Breaker: Omnia Will Release in March 2022

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Rocket Panda Games has confirmed the release date for Phantom Breaker: Omnia. The fighting game will be available worldwide on March 15, 2022.

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As the series’ newest title, Omnia will add more content to the original 2011 fighting game and its Extra upgrade in 2013. MAGES will add two new playable characters, raising the total roster count to twenty. All fighters from the previous versions, including Steins;Gate‘s Kurisu Makise and Chaos;Head‘s Rimi Sakihata, will also return. However, the developer has yet to reveal the identities of the new characters.

Omnia will feature Japanese and English dual language audio options. It will support subtitles in English, Japanese, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese. Players will also get to determine the characters’ Round Start lines, and choose between original music and remixed soundtrack for their battle themes.

You can watch the Phantom Breaker: Omnia release date trailer right below:

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When Rocket Panda Games revealed Phantom Breaker: Omnia in October 2020, it initially set 2021 as the game’s release window. However, in September 2021, the game’s producer and director Masaki Sakari announced a delay due to the porting and localization processes taking longer than expected. Sakari then promised to release the game “in the first few months of 2022,” and March certainly still fits inside that timeframe.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on March 15, 2022.

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Kite is a Japanese translator and avid gamer from Indonesia, Southeast Asia who learned the language mostly by playing Japanese games from the PS1 era. He primarily translates news about Japanese games and anime straight from Japan. After initially starting with a focus on Dynasty Warriors communities from the mid-2000s, he eventually joined Siliconera in 2020. Other than Dynasty Warriors, Kite is also a big fan of Ace Combat and other games featuring mechs, especially Gundam.