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Alice Gear Aegis CS officially announced for PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch with first screenshots and details

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In January, Mages teased that the Alice Gear Aegis franchise would be getting a console game, and today it was officially announced.

Back in January, Colopl and Mages teased that the Alice Gear Aegis franchise would be getting a console game, and today it was officially announced.

The game is titled Alice Gear Aegis CS: Concerto of Simulators and will be released in Japan on September 8th for PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. An upgrade from PS4 to PS5 is provided at no additional cost.

If you’re not familiar with the original Alice Gear Aegis, it’s a popular mobile game released in 2017 with a PC version released in 2019. It features a team of girls fighting a mechanical life form called “Weiss”.

The game is a 3D combat action title with multiplayer support for up to six players. You can choose your character and weapons and fight on a 3D battlefield.

The concept of the game is basically a simulation between the girls created by AEGiS.

The game will cost 8,580 yen in physical retail form, while the download version will cost 7,480 yen.

A limited edition, priced at a whopping 25,080 yen (about US$200), includes action figures depicting two characters on stickers for their Megami devices and in-game items.

You can check out the first screenshots in the gallery below. No western release has been announced at the moment.

https://twinfinite.net/2022/04/alice-gear-aegis-cs-announced/ Alice Gear Aegis CS officially announced for PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch with first screenshots and details

James Brien

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