First Gameplay for PS4 Mecha-Action Game Project Nimbus: Code Mirai

GameTomo has shared the first gameplay for Project Nimbus: Code Mirai.

Originally developed by Thailand-based developer GameCrafterTeam, the new version is remastered in Unreal Engine 4 and sports higher resolution, better graphics, and more.

Here’s the first batches of gameplay:

Here’s a rundown on the game, via GameTomo:


Project Nimbus: Code Mirai is a port of Project Nimbus using Unreal Engine 4 with upgraded graphics to make for a suitable-quality PlayStation 4 game. Not only have the graphics been improved, the overall balancing has been adjusted, new actions have been added, and the user interface has been completely rebuilt. Project Nimbus: Code Mirai is due out this fall.

Key Features

  • Missions set throughout 16 different locations, including sky city, sea fort, mountain base, giant prison, and space stages.
  • Various mecha and weapons, including smart missiles, laser blades, particle canons, floating laser shields, rail guns, and auto-attacking and defending psycho drones.
  • A grandeur story of an ace pilot set on a future earth destroyed by war, where a battle between three factions will unfold.
  • Eye-catching combat style with transforming giant mecha, daredevil pilots, and battles against armed flying boats.

Project Nimbus: Code Mirai is launching this fall in Japan for PlayStation 4, and early next year worldwide.

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  • Justin Williams

    Badass. Love me some mecha.

  • Anon630

    I’m glad we see something in the absence of Armored Core, but it seems like something closer to Strike Suit Zero with its unbelievable speed.

  • Mr0303

    Looks really cool, but I’m not a huge fan of protect missions. Hopefully there’s more variety in the game.

  • Warrior90

    Reminds me of Omega Boost on PS1.
    And thats a good thing.

  • Forky

    Looks like a less sleek ZOE. Which is fine. It’s just different. Looks good.