JRPG Made in Abyss for PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC received a release window and a new trailer


Today, Spike Chunsoft announced the release date and released new content for their upcoming JRPG Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness.

We learned that the game (which was revealed back in May 2021) will release in North America and Europe in Fall 2022 for PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam.

The Standard Edition will be priced at $59.99 and the Collector’s Edition will cost $89.99.

The game will be rated M for Mature by the ESRB, in keeping with the atmosphere and tone of the anime it was based on.

The Collector’s Edition includes the following:

The Collector’s Edition includes a 24″ x 36″ commemorative fabric poster featuring a new exclusive art from Kinema Citrus, the team behind the Made in Abyss anime, and your very own Cave Raid Notebook containing images and information about primordial creatures, relics, and whistles, as well as a place for your own notes while diving into the world of the bowels. It’s all packaged in a Collector’s Edition outer box!

You can check out the trailer, cover art, Collector’s Edition content, and new localized screenshots below.

Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness is a 3D Action RPG where players descend into the world of the Abyss themselves and grow through their experience in its depths. In addition to the story mode, where players can relive the story of the anime by learning the basic system and how to progress in the game, the game also features an original storyline led by the series’ creator, Akihito Tsukushi. Many characters from Made in Abyss appear in the game, and the scenes of events are fully voiced by actors from the anime. Fans are sure to love the dark fantasy that stays true to the original’s unique flavor.

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