Relayer Release Date Announced

Relayer Will Release for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in 2021

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Kadokawa Games has announced that Relayer will release on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. This new strategy RPG is currently in development. The team behind GOD WARS will be developing Relayer. Additionally, consumers can expect to see this title release sometime in 2021. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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Previously, information regarding the upcoming strategy RPG was exclusive to an issue of Famitsu. However, more information regarding the title is now available to the general public. This includes the release of an announcement trailer and an opening of an official website. The trailer footage highlights how combat will function in the strategy RPG. Players will utilize four different types of mechs on the battlefield. This includes an Assault, Sniper, Tank, and Scout mech. Each mech will have their own styles of movement and weapons. The game will feature an entirely turn-based system.

You can watch the announcement trailer for Relayer below.

Additionally, a bit of the story has also come out. Described as “a fantastical space adventure that draws inspiration from Greek Gods,” Relayer will have interactions with ancient beings found within the galaxy. The scenario is set in an unfamiliar galaxy where humanity is threatened by a mysterious external force called Relayer.

Relayer will release for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 sometime in 2021 to Japanese audiences.


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