Ginga Force for PS4 now available in Japan

Western release due out for PlayStation 4 and PC in 2020.

Ginga Force

The PlayStation 4 version of vertical-scrolling shoot ’em up Ginga Force is now available via the PlayStation Store in Japan for 2,680 yen, developer Qute announced.

Ginga Force first launched for Xbox 360 in February 2013 in Japan. The PlayStation 4 version features the following new elements:

  • Full high-definition graphics at a higher level of detail.
  • PlayStation 4 Pro support. Play the game in native 4K resolution.
  • You can now freely select Chapters 2 to 5.

Western publisher Rising Star Games has already announced plans to release Ginga Force, as well as related game Natsuki Chronicles, for both PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam in the west sometime in 2020.

Here is an overview of Ginga Force, via its Steam page:

About

Fight over the Earth-like planet of Seventia and its scarce resources of Septonium. A vertical shoot ’em up at its core with an added focus towards immersive storytelling. Follow the story of Alex and Margaret, two exceptional pilots, for the first time on Steam.

Key Features

  • Various exciting bosses over a dramatic 10-stage Story Mode.
  • Alternative Score Attack Mode with Online Leaderboards.
  • Pilot three exciting ship types, each with unique firepower.
  • Weapon customization system combining main, sub, and special weapons into thousands of possible combinations.
  • Unique lineup of enemy characters each with powerful Mechas to battle against.

Watch the launch trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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