BlazBlue is back in an upcoming roguelike action game spin-off titled BlazBlue Entropy Effect, and a worldwide release appears to be likely.
Developer and publisher 91Act recently launched the official Steam page for BlazBlue Entropy Effect, which is licensed by Arc System Works. The game is described as a derivative of the original BlazBlue license featuring characters such as Es, Noel Vermillion, Ragna the Bloodedge, Hakumen, Mai Natsume, and Hibiki Kohaku.
BlazBlue Entropy Effect’s Steam trailer shows beloved BlazBlue characters side-scrolling through futuristic levels and battling enemies. These enemies include high-tech robots, unique lifeforms, and powerful bosses. The “real and false” are intertwined in the world of BlazBlue Entropy Effect, challenging players to “evolve from chaos.”
According to the official Steam page, BlazBlue Entropy Effect will be available with English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese support. A worldwide release is highly likely due to the game’s language support. Fans may learn more about the game soon if the newly-launched Steam page is an indicator of what’s to come.
Here’s an overview of the game via Steam:
BlazBlue Entropy Effect is a Roguelite action game, a derivative of the original BlazBlue license. Enter a world where the real and the false are intertwined and dangerous, and explore deeply again and again — the wharf under the neon night, the desolate and dilapidated ruins, the mysterious natural laboratory Several worlds with different styles are waiting to be discovered. There are not only unknown enemies, but also hidden stories. Accept the baptism of battle, become a stronger self, and then evolve from chaos.
The latest game in the long-running BlazBlue franchise is BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. The worlds of BlazBlue, Persona, Under Night In-Birth, and RWBY collide in a single fighting game. Special guests from other niche franchises also make an appearance in BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. Lastly, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is available now for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.