tri-Ace announces free-to-play Judas Code for PS Vita

Gun action and card battle RPG due out this summer.

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tri-Ace is developing a ‘triple-A’ free-to-play PS Vita gun action RPG (with item micro-transactions) called Judas Code, this week’s Famitsu reveals.

Due out this summer in Japan, the game is set during World War III, during which a mysterious pillar from space known as “Longinus” eroded the planet. It is a dramatic battlefield RPG depicting the fight for new humanity in a world where everything is destroyed.

The story progresses via various missions obtained in town. Rewards earned during missions can be used to obtain cards in the gacha lottery, which players can use to put together a deck and strengthen their forces.

The game’s single player mode is said to be a gun action game, while its multiplayer mode is a card battle game.

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