Shikhondo Soul Eater Physical Release For PS4 & Switch Goes On Sale June 28

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

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Shikhondo Soul Eater
Eastasiasoft & have recently announced the next addition to the PLAY Exclusives PlayStation and Nintendo collections: Shikhondo Soul Eater, releasing for both the PlayStation 4 & the Nintendo Switch Limited Editions will be priced at $34.99 and the Standard Edition for Nintendo Switch at $24.99. All editions are eligible for free shipping.

Only 3,000 copies will be available for the Limited Edition of each platform (PS4/Switch). The Switch Standard Edition will be only be produced to order, with pre-orders open from JUNE 28 until JULY 13. After JULY 13 the Switch Standard Edition will no longer be available to purchase.

This action packed bullet hell from Korean developer DeerFarm is as amazing to play as it is to marvel at! Taking inspiration from mythology across Asia the monsters and characters of Shikhondo Soul Eater will inspire a hint of horror, as well as curiosity! With breathtaking art and well crafted shot barrage patterns this is everything we want in a bullet hell!

Shikhondo Soul Eater is expected to begin shipping for the PS4 on JULY 2 and for the Nintendo Switch in Q4 of 2018. We will do our best to expedite the process for the production of the Nintendo Switch physical release.

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