Today the Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu included a mention of a further delay for the Fairy Tail JRPG in development at Atelier studio Gust.
According to the magazine’s release list, the new launch date (for Japan) is on July 30, which is a further delay compared to the previously-announced June 25/26 launch.
The game was already delayed once from a March 19/20 release, but it’s possible that having to work for home added further hurdles to cross for the development team.
Famitsu provided no explanation, and we’re currently waiting for a confirmation from Koei Tecmo.
If the delay is confirmed, it should likely be to a similar timeframe to the Japanese release, since the launch was already simultaneous to begin with.
You can also see the latest trailer and screenshots, more gameplay from a Japanese livestream, another promotional video, the previous trailer, another recent railer, screenshots showing plenty of playable characters, and a TV commercial.
You can then enjoy the original announcement trailer, gameplay footage from Tokyo Game Show, another gallery of screenshots, the previous batch introducing Juvia and Gajeel, and the latest focusing on Mirajane, Laxus, and Jellal.
Fairy Tail is slated to release for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
[Source: Weekly Famitsu]