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13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim Delayed to September 22


An award-winning sci-fi adventure, Vanillaware’s 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim will now be released on September 22, 2020 for the PlayStation 4.

Designed by the same team behind Odin Sphere and Dragon’s Crown, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim will take players across time, space, and humanity with a mystery that spans thirteen intertwining stories. A time-traveling narrative adventure, players will come out on top against waves of kaiju enemy forces with top-down tactical combat, and will be able to customize their Sentinels with mech suit weaponry.

Learn more with the following trailer, which was released last month.

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim – 13 Stories Trailer | PlayStation 4

The title has won the following awards in Japan:

  • Japan Game Awards 2019, Future Division Winner
  • Famitsu Dengeki Game Award 2019, Best Scenario Award & Best Adventure Award (2 divisions)
  • Japan Otaku Awards 2019, Grand Prize
  • IGN Japan Game of the Year 2019, 6th Place
  • IGN Japan User’s Choice 2019, 2nd Place
  • Weekly Famitsu (PS4 Special Feature, sold March 12th, 2020), Ranked in 10th for “”PS4 Must-Play Titles,” selected from all PS4 titles ever sold
  • 51st Seiun Award, Media Category, Nominee
  • CEDEC Awards 2020 of Excellence for Game Design and Sound
  • CEDEC Awards 2020 Highest Award of Excellence, Nominee

Note that an English voiceover will be available for the title via a Day 1 patch. Those that pre-order the title at select physical retailers can get themselves a bonus artbook while supplies last.

Source: Press Release
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