Gruesome PS Vita action title Soul Sacrifice slightly delayed to Spring 2013
Looks like we may have to wait a little longer before we can yank our spines out through our mouths.
At the Tokyo Game Show, it was revealed that Keiji Inafune’s gruesome monster-hunting action title Soul Sacrifice would be coming out next spring in Japan. While a release date has never been revealed, this is somewhat later than what most had expected.
Inafune assured, at his presentation during the show, that the game’s development has not been hindered in any way. Rather, the delay is to allow his studio Comcept time to gather and implement user feedback from TGS, as well as from an upcoming demo.
Inafune did not say when we could expect the game in North America and Europe.
A new trailer for the game was released, probably to console those lamenting the extended wait for Soul Sacrifice. Have a look, if you don't mind plenty of violence with blood on the side.
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