BlazBlue: Central Fiction Now Officially Out In North America

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

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Aksys Games has announced the launch of the latest entry in the Blazblue franchise, Blazblue: Central Fiction this week in North America. For those interested, the Limited Edition Bundle that was sold exclusively off their online store is still available here.

Aksys Games and Arc System Works proudly announce that BlazBlue: Central Fiction is available today in North America physically and digitally on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. BlazBlue: Central Fiction is the newest installment in the storied BlazBlue franchise and stands alone as the pinnacle of next gen 2D fighters! Like a well-timed 2D punch, Central Fiction bashes massive amounts of content and innovation into one slick title that hits hard and keeps the pummeling steady! Prepare yourself for a brand new story, new characters, levels, modes, system mechanics and more! Choose from over 33 unimaginable fighters as you battle for 2D supremacy!

BlazBlue: Central Fiction is now available for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4.

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