Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe launches November in Japan, Asia

Watch a 17-minute systems explanation video.

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe, the fighting game sequel to PlayStation 3’s Chaos Code, will launch digitally for PlayStation 4 in Japan and Asia in November, developer FK Digital announced.

FK Digital has opened Japanese and Chinese official websites for the game, with the English website scheduled to open soon. We’ve already reached out to FK Digital about the English release window and are awaiting a response. (Update: FK Digital has told Gematsu that it has not decided a release window for North America and Europe, but that the Japanese and Asian release will include an English text option.)

Here are the five main new elements of the fighter:

  • Two new challengers
    • Lupinus (voiced by Yukino Azuma) – A steel-armed agent who splendidly dances about the earth and sky.
    • Ray (voiced by Daisuke Yokota) – A heavy attack hitman who makes use of special links.
  • New game modes added – In addition to the Arcade Mode, Practice Mode, and Versus Mode from the original game, New Sign of Catastrophe adds a new Survival Mode, Score Attack Mode, and Mission Mode featuring more than 50 unique challenges.
  • Unique Battle Style Settings – In addition to the “Run” and “Step” movement styles featured previously, in the home version you can set the performance of the characters in “Chaos” and “Boss.”
  • Character Customization Evolved – Chaos Code‘s greatest feature is that you can freely set your character style. If you set an original color in the newly added “Custom Color” setting, you can further make a character all your own.
  • Network Support – With network support, you can battle against players all over the country.

Watch a new set of trailers below. (The basic systems explanation video is subtitled in English.)

Basic Systems Explanation Video

Introduction Trailer

Hikaru Otagi Character Trailer

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