PRESS RELEASE: Rainbow Skies and Rainbow Moon to be Released on PS4 in 2016

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Today, Eastasiasoft Limited and SideQuest Studios announced that their upcoming game Rainbow Skies, as well as their previous hit Rainbow Moon, will be coming to the PS4 next year. Rainbow Skies is an indirect sequel to Rainbow Moon, and is set to release in the 2nd half of 2016 on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita. Rainbow Moon  will receive its PS4 port sometime in 2016. If you haven’t heard about Eastasiasoft and SideQuest’s upcoming title, here is a gameplay trailer from October 2014:

Hong Kong – August 13, 2015 –
Today, Eastasiasoft Limited—the Hong Kong–based developer and publisher of interactive entertainment— and development partner SideQuest Studios are excited to announce that their upcoming role-playing game Rainbow Skies and their previous bestseller Rainbow Moon are currently in development for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system.

“Thanks to the tremendous support and feedback from our fans, we are thrilled to bring our Rainbow RPG series to the PS4™,” said Marcus Pukropski, CEO of SideQuest Studios. “Rainbow Skies is our biggest and most ambitious project including a complex background story with multiple, interwoven narratives and many additional features and improvements such as monster taming, player upgrades, skill books and combo systems.”

Rainbow Skies will be available for the PlayStation®4 system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system in the second half of 2016, while the PlayStation®4 system version of Rainbow Moon will launch sometime in 2016. Both titles will support Cross-Save functionality.

More information are available on the Rainbow Skies official website . Online press kits for both games can be found .

About Rainbow Skies

From the makers of Rainbow Moon comes Rainbow Skies, a new fantasy role-playing game. Players immerse themselves in a colorful and vibrant world, filled with deadly creatures, murky dungeons, turn-based battles, bustling towns, shops, and much more than you would expect to find in a typical RPG.

Tamable monsters, upgradable characters, and a variety of weapons and equipment offer a wide range of customization and character development possibilities. A huge variety of optional and endgame content, side and treasure hunt quests, a new main story, and other exciting content will keep RPG fans entertained for over a hundred hours.

About eastasiasoft and SideQuest Studios

eastasiasoft is an independent, Hong Kong–based developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, specializing in video games and related media.

Founded in 2007, SideQuest Studios is a German development studio made up of veteran game-industry programmers, artists, and musicians. SideQuest Studios has previously worked on Rainbow Moon and the Söldner-X franchise.

Rainbow Skies has not yet been rated by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB). Please visit its website at for more information about ratings.

About Justin Kersey

My name is Justin, and I graduated from Ball State University with a degree in history. The long tale of my love for gaming began when my dad brought a Super Nintendo to our house in the ancient year of 1992. I played Mario Paint, Super Mario World, and Donkey Kong Country in my early years. My love for games only grew when I got a Game Boy and Sega Genesis in the mid 90s. Before I knew it, I was in college watching youtubers like the Angry Video Game Nerd, applying my love of video games to my love for history. Soon, I began collecting as many video games as I could. My favorite genres are JRPGs, open-world survival games, and adventure games.