In July Japanese developer Type-Moon released the second trailer for its PlayStation VR title Fate/Grand Order VR feat. Mash Kyrielight. Today the studio has announced that the videogame will be released via the Japanese PlayStation Store on 6th December for free.
The studio posted the date on its official website which was spotted by Gematsu. Originally unveiled at the Fate/Grand Order Winter Festival, Fate/Grand Order VR feat. Mash Kyrielight continues the traditionally smartphone-based game series Fate/Grand Order.
So far only title character Mash Kyrielight, also known as Shielder in the series, genetically engineered being has been showcased in screenshots and trailers. Very little has been detailed on the exact gameplay mechanics and how they might differ in virtual reality (VR) over the mobile versions.
This will likely be a Japan only release, but never say never as this week did see the launch of Million Arthur VR: Character Command RPG (called Kai-ri-Sei Million Arthur VR in Japan) for HTC Vive, as there’s usually a market for Japanese titles in the west. Whether Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) will do so is another matter.
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