Fans of the “Bleach” franchise will have to wait a bit longer as the manga series game adaptation, “Bleach Brave Souls,” will be pushed back to a summer 2015 release date.
Here’s the official statement from KLabGames courtesy of Shonen Gamez .
According to the game developer, there are still a number of bugs that are needed to be fixed before they release it to the market.
“Postponing The Release – ‘Bleach Brave Souls,’ which was set to be released in Spring of 2015, has now been pushed back to Summer of 2015, in order to further work on bugs and improve the overall quality of the game.
We sincerely apologize to the fans who have patiently awaited its arrival.
We plan on making this the best service it can possibly be, so until its release, we ask that fans wait just a little longer.
Thank you so much for your patience.” Meanwhile, for those who haven’t seen the trailers and openings released by KLabGames, watch the videos below.
Here’s a glimpse of the game’s gameplay trailer showing Ichigo’s arsenal and signature moves.
And for the new opening, here’s the video.
It encompasses the events where Ichigo and company first set out as a team, followed by the introduction of the Seritei 13, Visoreds, and the main antagonist of the series Aizen.
It also showed Aizen’s army, the Arrancars, and the transformations of Ichigo.
The game will be available for the smartphone platform.
It will also be playable on smartphones with either iOS or Android operating system.
For more updates on “Bleach: Brave Souls” release date, stay tuned here.