Citizens of Earth Priced, Delayed Until November

Friday, August 15th, 2014

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Citizens of Earth - Logo | Priced, Delayed Until November

This is a special news bulletin from the office of the Vice President of the World.

Those of you who can’t wait to get their hands on Citizens of Earth, the EarthBound-inspired RPG from Eden Industries, will have to wait a little bit longer. Publisher Atlus explains the delay as a way to make sure that they have a fuller campaign for players when it releases. So, instead of an October release, the game is getting bumped back to November, a month that Atlus describes as a “coincidentally-more-suitable election month.”

However, there was more news to come from the delay. Citizens of Earth has been priced for North America at $14.99. Atlus hopes that will be suitable for those that are looking forward to this 30+ hour game. European pricing has yet to be determined.

While we wait a little longer, check out some of the new images released for the game.

Citizens of Earth | Priced, Delayed Until November
Citizens of Earth | Priced, Delayed Until November Citizens of Earth | Priced, Delayed Until November
Citizens of Earth | Priced, Delayed Until November Citizens of Earth | Priced, Delayed Until November

Citizens of Earth will be coming to PS4, Vita, Wii U, 3DS, and PC. Are you looking forward to this game? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • Josh S.

    I CANNOT WAIT to get this game! I should probably beat Earthbound first, though… Glad it was delayed, since that way it won’t have to compete as thoroughly with the new Smash Bros.