Two of Compile Heart’s upcoming games, VVVtunia and Mary Skelter Finale, are being delayed from their original release dates to later this year. According to the company, the reason why the games are being delayed are because of events that came up which affected the development schedule of the games. Originally, VVVtunia was set to release on July 2, 2020, but the game is being pushed back to August 6, 2020. Meanwhile, Mary Skelter Finale was set for August 27, 2020, but is now pushed back to October 8, 2020.
VVVtunia is a spin-off of the Neptunia series. The four goddesses are summoned to a digital world alongside several virtual idols and many virtual YouTubers, then tasked with protecting the planet EMO against the invading OWANDAL forces. The game is an action title that has the goddesses focusing on long-range shooting mechanics, while the new virtual idol characters focus on melee attacks. You’ll need to deftly switch between the teams depending on the situation. You can check out the battle system inpast trailers.
Mary Skelter Finale is touted to be the last game in the dungeon-crawling RPG series. It features characters based on various fairy tales. The plot begins right after the events of Mary Skelter 2, where the group is split up after an attack from the mysterious Genocide Pink, a group of girls who are based on execution methods. There will be six protagonists, and they consist of both new and returning characters.
VVVtunia will release for the PlayStation 4 on August 6, 2020. Mary Skelter Finale will release on October 8, 2020 on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.