Sekai Project’s Fault Milestone One And Root Double Join The PlayStation Store In 2017

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Sekai Project has dated two of its first console and handheld games. In the first quarter of 2017, Fault Milestone One and Root Double will appear on the PlayStation Store. Fault Milestone One will be available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, while Root Double: Before Crime After Days – Xtend Edition will come to the PlayStation Vita.


Updates on the progress of both games were also offered. Root Double: Before Crime After Days – Xtend Edition, for instance, is in QA right now. Regista has been working on the PlayStation Vita version, which should be ready soon. People who backed the Kickstarter will be informed about the release date after Sony provides it.


As for Fault Milestone One, engine coding for the console and handheld version have ended, which means that new content is being added to the game. Luiza Carvalho, who some may know better as Luiza 177, is composing an entirely new score for the game. There will also be a new UI, with Sekai Project offering examples of the inew speech, narration, and thought interfaces.



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Sekai Project didn’t offer an update on Rabi-Ribi. At E3 2016, the company confirmed Fault Milestone One and Rabi-Ribi would be coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Rabi-Ribi had a winter 2016 window.

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