Orangeblood PC Release Pushed to 2020

Playism announced that the PC version of Orangeblood, previously planned for release this month, has been pushed back to 2020. The publisher and developer Grayfax Software will be using the extra time to improve the quality of the game. In addition to PC, the game will also be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, those versions also set for 2020.

Orangeblood is set in the year 199X in an alternate timeline where mankind has built an artificial island off the coast of Okinawa called New Koza. The turn-based RPG follows four gun-loving girls aiming to make it big, taking on various gangs and organised crime syndicates. RPGamer’s Zach Welhouse was able to check the game out at this year’s PAX West. Along with announcing the delay of the PC version, Playism released a music track from the game, “Song of Shangri-La” composed by Milo St. Clare-Holmes, which can be found below.



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