Devil Engine: Complete Edition delayed on consoles

Devil Engine: Complete Edition delayed on consoles
The game was originally scheduled for October 12th

Publisher Beep Japan, publisher and developer Poppy Works, and developer Protoculture Games have announced that the game Devil Engine: Complete Edition has been delayed from October 12th to November 9th on consoles.

Devil Engine: Complete Edition brings together the base game and the Devil Engine Ignition expansion. The expansion was announced in May 2019 and was supposed to be released the same year but did not happen.

The game was originally launched for PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch in 2019, and now the Complete Edition will be released for consoles, with the expansion likely coming to PC.

With a classic style inspired by the 32-bit era, Devil Engine is a shoot-em-up that offers three different types of unique bomb shots to destroy your enemies.

The game features eight gameplay modes and allows you to unlock additional content as you achieve high scores.

"A last-ditch effort to destroy what was once to be our savior. A final mission to eliminate a disastrous future. A single ship against Earth's entire army. The Andraste is the only hope to defeat... the Devil Engine."

Devil Engine: Complete Edition will be released on November 9th for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

Check out the trailer for Devil Engine Ignition:
About the game

Devil Engine

Release date: Feb 20, 2019

Developer(s): Protoculture Games,

Game Mode: Single player,

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC (Microsoft Windows),

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