Idea Factory Wants Beta Testers for Fairy Fencer F on Steam

Friday, June 5th, 2015

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Idea Factory International shared the news via Twitter that they are looking for beta testers for the Steam version of their RPG Fairy Fencer F. The game was originally released on PlayStation 3 in 2013 in Japan and in 2014 in the rest of the world.

The story is about deities fighting proxy wars by creating weapons, called ‘Furies’, for mortal representatives to wield. Time passed and these weapons were lost to antiquity. Now, in the modern era, the Furies are being discovered again and fighters called ‘fencers’ are scrambling to obtain them and continue the struggle. The two main characters of Fairy Fencer F, Fang and Tiara, get caught up in the battle and, well, many things happen.

The beta tester campaign is a good sign that we are getting closer and closer to seeing this release on Steam. It’s pretty exciting because niche games are continuing to find new audiences on PC and mobile platforms. If you’re interested in finding out more about how to become a beta tester for Fairy Fencer F for Steam, visit Idea Factory on the web here. Please keep in mind that this is a CLOSED beta, meaning that you have to register early and pray for the best if you want a shot at getting in.

Fairy Fencer F is currently available on Sony PlayStation 3, and will be available on Microsoft Windows via Steam some time this year. No release date has been confirmed yet.

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