It’s been a long time coming, but Rainbow Skies, the sequel to Rainbow Moon, will be making its way Sony consoles soon. However, it won’t be this year, as it has been delayed to 2018. Eastasiasoft has announced that both Rainbow Skies and Rainbow Moon will be getting physical editions for PlayStation 4 and Vita. There’s still no set release date for the game, but it’s more likely to be earlier in the year.
Eastasiasoft released a new teaser for Rainbow Skies:
Here’s more about the limited physical releases:
[P]re-orders for a physical edition (PS4/PS Vita) have been opened at Play-Asia.com. Rainbow Skies will be available as both standard & limited edition. A physical edition of Rainbow Moon (PS4/PS Vita) will be released at the same time. All limited editions will be manufactured based on demand. Pre-orders placed by the end of February 2018 will be guaranteed.
Rainbow Skies has been long in the making. In case you’ve forgotten, here’s the story synopsis:
It’s a big day for Damion: Today is his final examination as a monster tamer, an important profession in his home town, which is constantly threatened by monster attacks. However, after a terrible hangover, Damion completely messes things up and not only fails the examination but also destroys the entire monster compound.
When he tries to cover up his mishap with his examiner Layne, things turn from bad to worse and through a number of unforeseen circumstances, they find themselves between the fronts of two rival super powers…
Rainbow Skies will release next year on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita.