Nights of Azure 2 delayed to February 2017 in Japan

But a new Lily and swimsuit costumes will be added.

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon

Koei Tecmo has delayed Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon from its previously planned December 22 release date in Japan to February 2017. It will be available for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

According to the publisher, the delay is necessary to further improve the game’s quality.

Two new points are being added as an apology for the delay:

  • A New Lily Will Be Added – One of the beautiful girl NPC characters from within the game will be added as a new Lily character to accompany and fight alongside players.
  • Lily Swimsuit Costume Changes Will Be Added – There are scenes in the game where Lily characters appear in their bathing suits. After those scenes, that Lily will be able to use the swimsuit as a costume.

If you missed it yesterday, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation confirms Nights of Azure‘s protagonist Arnice and another character named Christophorus will return in Nights of Azure 2.

A western release of Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon is also planned, but has not yet been dated.

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