BlazBlue: Central Fiction Hits North America in the First Week of November for PS4 & PS3
Aksys Games announced over the weekend that BlazBlue: Central Fiction is releasing in early November 2016 in North America for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, through both retail and digital stores. On Twitter, Aksys added, “How early is early?? 1st week of November 2D brawlers~,” so November 1 is a good bet.
With Central Fiction, you’ll find “massive amounts of content and innovation,” a brand new story, a 40+ hour story mode, over 60 stages, new characters (over 33 in total), levels, modes, system mechanics, and more. North America’s also getting a Limited Edition that includes a figure, soundtrack, and more.
Additionally, there’s a $129.99 USD bundle for Central Fiction packing in the Limited Edition and Fighting Commander controller. Officially licensed by Sony and Arc System Works, and available through the Aksys Games Store (use code HORIBUNDLE to save $10), the Fighting Commander is compatible with the PS4, PS3, and PC:
Officially Licensed by Sony and Arc System Works. The Fighting Commander is the ultimate controller for 2D Fighting Games and also works great on many other 2D software titles. This pad is a pure performer with the industry’s best D-Pad, six-button layout, large buttons, improved ergonomics, and high quality construction. Features include the R/L Toggle switch to allow all buttons to be accessed by the right hand, Turbo functions, and more! Switch the D-Pad to function as the D-Pad, the Left Analog Stick or the Right Analog Stick. 10-foot cable is long enough for most gaming environments, and the wired connection ensures quick and accurate response. Also compatible with PlayStation 3 and PC through XInput.
- Officially Licensed by Sony and Arc System Works
- Designed for 2D fighting games with 6-button layout
- Compatible with PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC (via XInput)
- R/L toggle switch and Turbo functions
- Wired controller for instant response
BlazBlue: Central Fiction is scheduled for a Q4 2016 release in Europe.