Arc System Works officially announced this week that the new 2D fighting game, Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe, will launch on March 15. The game will be available for Windows PC and PlayStation 4 as a PlayStation Network digital release. The game was developed by FK Digital.
The game features 16 unique characters, including newcomers Lupinus and Ray. Each character in the game will have four new moves that were not present in the original. Players will be able to choose from the moves to suit their own specific gameplay style. Additionally, Chaos Code will have multiple gameplay modes, including Arcade Mode, Versus Mode, and Mission Mode.
Another unique mode is the Color Edit Mode. With this mode, players will be able to customize the color scheme of their favorite characters in the game. The game is also optimized for online competitive gameplay, and players can challenge themselves against each other from other players from around the world.
Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe arrives on March 15. The game will be available for $19.99. You can check out the latest gameplay trailer below.
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