Berserk delayed to October 27 in Japan
Koei Tecmo has announced that Berserk, the new game based on the acclaimed manga by Kentaro Miura, has been delayed in Japan and will not arrive until October 27, so that it will not be ready for the September 21 release, as announced originally.
Developed by the studio Omega Force, the Musou Berserk was initially suppose to be out on September 21 in Japan. Unfortunately now its release has been postponed to October 27. Its publisher, Koei Tecmo, justifies this step with the desire to improve the quality of the final product.
At the moment, we do not know if this delay will have any impact on its western release, for which we remind you that still it is dated for this fall, although there has still not been given a specific date for its release.
Berserk will hit PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and PC. It is being developed by Omega Force and as we are used to in this studio, it will be a new musou.
The game will cover from the Golden Age to the Millennium Falcon Empire. Each character has their own abilities and will have the same voice actors for the new adaptation that just started airing in Japan.
Berserk is a beat’em all game inspired by the world of manga and animated series/movies of Kentarô Miura and will especially focus on the arc of the Golden Age. The player can embody themselves to choose from one of the following characters: Guts, Griffith, Schierke, Casca or Judeau that are part of the characters confirmed for now.