By Michael Fontanini / November 10th, 2017
Project Nimbus: Code Mirai is preparing to land on a new platform. GameCrafterTeam launched the title’s debut recently on PC via the Steam platform back on September 26th of this year. Project Nimbus: Code Mirai is now preparing to launch on another platform, the PlayStation 4. According to GameTomo, it will launch on that system on Tuesday, November 21st in both Japan and North America. The following video contains some Project Nimbus: Code Mirai gameplay footage:
Project Nimbus: Code Mirai tasks players with hopping into their trusty mech (known as a BattleFrame) and handling dangerous scenarios full of high-speed action in a post-apocalyptic world. BattleFrames are equipped with an arsenal of weapons to get the job done. You can also customize your mechs as you advance in the game.
The game’s debut on Steam has already earned it a lot of positive reviews. When it arrives on the PlayStation Store for players in North America and Japan, it will cost ￥1,990 yen (or about $18 in the United States). This is pretty much in line with the Steam version’s price tag of $19.99. Excited PlayStation 4 players have only about a week and a half left to wait to get their hands on the game.
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