Psyvariar Delta final trailer

Due out later this month in Japan.

Psyvariar Delta

Dispatch Games has released the final trailer for Psyvariar Delta, the upcoming enhanced version of the Success Corporation-developed vertical scrolling shoot ’em up Psyvariar Revision.

Here is an overview of the game, via Dispatch Games:

About

First released in arcades in 2000, this enhanced version retains the classic Buzz system that lets players enjoy the thrill of leveling up by avoiding direct hits and evading enemy attacks just enough to graze their planes.

Key Features

  • Delta Point #1: New Mode – Players can now set their stage, planes, levels, and experience. In the Replay Mode+, a player can challenge each area with their own plane and bombs. Score Attack Mode allows a player to play for the high score with their difficulty. Both modes will have an online leaderboard to show how you stack up against other players.
  • Delta Point #2: New UI – The new UI shows Ex levels, boss health, and invincible time remaining after leveling up. The new design is easy for beginners to understand while the information helps experts as well. In the options menu, a player can show the hit area for their own plane and their enemies so that the game can be adjusted based on the players level of play.
  • Delta Point #3: New Planes – Along with the two original planes, there will be new planes available as paid downloadable contente which bring all new original attacks. These downloadable contents can be used on all levels allowing players to have a different game play experience.

Psyvariar Delta is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch on August 30 in Japan, and this summer in North America and Europe.

Watch the trailer below.

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