Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe for PS4, PC launches March 15 in the west

Western release adds PC version.

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe

Arc System Works will release Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe for PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store and PC via Steam on March 15, the publisher announced. It will cost $19.99.

Here’s a list of key features for the FK Digital-developed fighting game, via Arc System Works:

  • I Can’t Lie, They’ve Got Moves Like… – Lupinus and Ray, newcomers to the series, join the rest of the chaos cast! Not only that, but each of the 16 unique characters have an additional four moves not present in the original that players can choose from to suit their play style.
  • Modes, Modes, Modes – A variety of game modes such as Arcade Mode, Versus Mode, Mission Mode and more!
  • Such Color, Much Wow – Let your unique style shine through! Use the “Color Edit” Mode to customize the color scheme of your favorite character for that personal touch!
  • I Wanna Be the Very Best – Play online with everyone from your friends to the best fighters from around the world, and battle them to compete for the highest rank!

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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