James Orry by on May 28, 2012

Anarchy Reigns delayed again, casts doubt over western release

Anarchy Reigns, the multiplayer brawler from Platinum Games and SEGA, has been delayed once again, this time from July 6 to a “to be confirmed” date.

The game remains on track to launch in Japan on July 5, Platinum has said.

“We worked really hard to make sure everybody could get the game on time,” says a Platinum rep on the studio’s website. “We really wanted everybody online around the world to be able to play together at the same time, but unfortunately that’s not going to happen.”

Worryingly for Platinum fans looking forward to Anarchy Reign’s UK release, the rep seems to suggest importing and doesn’t sound overly hopeful of an official EU launch.

“The game is fully localised – if you buy the Japanese version or any version, it’s going to have all the languages in it. There will still be ways for you to get it if you know where to go,” said the rep.

“We’re still 100 per cent behind the game, and still want to connect with you and play with you. Let’s make sure that happens, no matter what bad news we get.”

Via Edge


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Anarchy Reigns

on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

Platinum Games hopes to challenge the boundaries of the conventional brawler genre…

Release Date:

11 January 2013