PlayStation Vita Version of Destiny Chronicles Cancelled But Nintendo Switch Version Announced

Destiny Chronicles developer wraithseeker has announced the game will be releasing on Nintendo Switch instead of PlayStation Vita.

on September 26, 2017 3:59 PM

Destiny Chronicles is an upcoming action JRPG by Visualnoveler and wraithseeker that has drawn a good deal of its gameplay inspiration from Kingdom Hearts. Since the game’s initial reveal, it has been planned to release on PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. However, recent news has indicated a change to that platform line-up.

wraithseeker announced today that the PlayStation Vita version of the game will no longer be in development due to apparent “optimization concerns” that warranted some reconsideration. Despite the developer’s desire to see Destiny Chronicles release on the Vita, it could not continue with that side of the project without risking a “suboptimal” experience.

However, it’s not all bad news! Instead of developing Destiny Chronicles for PlayStation Vita, the game will be brought to Nintendo Switch, a platform the developer sees as having current generation hardware that will provide for the appropriate experience that it hopes to deliver.

In addition to these revelations, wraithseeker recently took to Twitter to show off a little of the game’s pre-alpha footage. In the tweet below, we can see a little of Celeste in combat.

Also revealed was a new screenshot of Celeste. wraithseeker notes that the screenshot provided below takes place during Celeste’s knight initiation when it is suddenly ruined by Kylia, one of the game’s main antagonists.

Destiny Chronicles is currently in development for PC and is expected to later come to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. It’s Kickstarter will be launching in the next 1-2 weeks. More information on those Kickstarter tiers will be coming a few days before then. For more information on the game, you visit the official website.

If you’re looking for a little more about Destiny Chronicles, check out the recently revealed concept art for its varied environments and 2D world map. The developer also recently provided little more information on the game’s similarities and differences to Kingdom Hearts.

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