Bandai Namco Entertainment and developer Game Studio have announced a delay for their upcoming game, SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada. Previously scheduled for a 2023 release, the game’s new release window has not been announced. SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC via Steam.
Although the release has been postponed, attendees of the Tokyo Game Show 2023 will have the opportunity to get a hands-on experience with SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada for the first time. The Tokyo Game Show is set to run from September 21 to 24 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.
In addition to the hands-on preview, Bandai Namco will host a special stage event on September 24th at 12:30 JST. During this event, they will share the latest information about the project, giving fans insight into what they can expect from SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada.
Bandai Namco released a message regarding the delay, stating, “We know many are excited to hear more news about the game, but the team will need a little more time to prepare your CRADLECOFFIN and Magus for the sortie! As we continue to work on game development and improvements, we’ll have more updates coming soon.”
While fans may be disappointed by the delay, the development team assures players that this extra time will be used to enhance the game and ensure the best possible experience. They encourage fans to stay tuned for future updates, including opportunities to preview SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada in person.
– Bandai Namco Entertainment
– Game Studio
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