BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Release Date Set for Europe

Friday, April 18th, 2014

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Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma | oprainfall

BlazBlue fans outside of Japan and North America have been waiting patiently for their version of the newest installment of the fighter to come to them. It has been almost a month since the North American release, making some nervous as Arc System Works has been terribly silent since then. But there is now something for them to look forward to.

Arc System Works recently updated their Facebook page with the announcement of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma being made available for Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

Details are sparse, but it appears as though the game will be a PlayStation Network Store exclusive and that no physical copy of the game will be made available to purchase. No specific date has been given and the post only states “next week”; but considering that the European PSN store’s weekly updates fall on Wednesday, it is reasonable to assume that BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma will be made available on April 23rd.

About Antonin Kořenek

Antonin has been playing video games since before he could read. Once he did, he fell in love with their stories and worlds. He spends most of his gaming time with either story-based or strategy games. As an aspiring novelist, he blames games like Earthbound and Final Fantasy Tactics for getting him started. Antonin graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI with a degree in English Literature. When not gaming, he can be found reading, obsessing over something on Twitter, or researching strange folklore.