Anime Titanfall game SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada delayed beyond 2023


Publisher Bandai Namco and developer Game Studio announced a delay for SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada, their anime-style Titanfall-esque game.

SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada is forgoing its previously planned 2023 release for an unannounced release date – when the game does launch, it’ll be on PC (via Steam), Xbox Series X|S, and PS5.

Despite the delay, the game will be playable at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, the first time the game will be playable for the public. A stage event for the game will also be hosted on September 24th.

Here’s a word on the delay, plus a new trailer:

To All Fans of SYNDUALITY: Echo of Ada

We know many are excited to hear more news about the game, but the team will need a little more time to prepare your CRADLECOFFIN and Magus for the sortie!

As we continue to work on game development and improvements, we’ll have more updates coming soon.

Please look out for more info in the future, including opportunities to preview SYNDUALITY Echo of Ada in person.

– SYNDUALITY Echo of Ada Development Team

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