RPG Maker MV cancelled for Xbox One

Now only planned for PlayStation 4 and Switch.

RPG Maker MV

The Xbox One version of RPG Maker MV has been cancelled due to “various circumstances,” publisher Kadokawa Games announced.

RPG Maker MV launched for PlayStation 4 and Switch as RPG Maker MV Trinity in Japan in November 2018. The Xbox One version was originally planned to launch alongside the PlayStation 4 and Switch versions, but was delayed to “early 2019.”

In North America and Europe, RPG Maker MV will now only be released for PlayStation 4 and Switch sometime in 2019.

Here is an overview of the game, via western publisher NIS America:

About

An epic journey begins… with YOU! Become a master game developer with RPG Maker MV. With an assortment of tools at your fingertips, create elaborate, exciting, and memorable video games straight from your console! Then, share your adventures online with other players, who can enjoy your epic chronicles! The possibilities are endless with the latest and greatest RPG Maker software. With hundreds of assets and an infinite number of ways to create your game, turn your dream tale into the next greatest video game!

Key Features

  • Your Next Adventure Begins Here – A high fantasy tale of knights and dragons? A modern story of high school romance? A chronicle of gods and demons? If you can dream it, you can make it!
  • Game Development Made Easy – Say goodbye to complicated coding! This software provides ease of navigating and development with straightforward world and character creation, overworld customization, and more!
  • Make, Upload, Play! – Enjoy games made by fellow gamers with the RPG Maker MV Player, free for download and play, even without the RPG Maker MV game!
  • An Endless Fountain of Customization – With hundreds of graphical assets and an infinite number of possibilities to create your very own world and story, the sky’s the limit!

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