Project Awakening: Arise ‘trial version’ rated for European release

If the name Project Awakening: Arise doesn’t ring many bells then don’t worry, it was announced last year at the Tokyo Game Show for PlayStation 4 but has not had much press over on this side of the world. That may be about to change as The Pan European Game Information (PEGI) board has rated a trial version of the game for release.

This trial version will allow players to get a taste of the combat and action available from Project Awakening, an action role-playing game featuring photorealistic graphics. In Project Awakening: Arise,…

Unfortunately that’s where the description cuts off so we don’t know any more about the trial version. The trailer is rather impressive, check it out.

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Details for the game are very thin on the ground, the official site has just this single descriptive line, “It’s time for the wolves of war to awaken. Cygames presents a new action RPG for the PlayStation 4.”

The Tokyo Game Show is just round the corner and starts on Thursday 12th September so I would place money on the trial being released sometime during the show. However, after missing E3 and Gamescom, Sony have announced that they will not be holding a press conference at the 2019 Tokyo Game Show either. There will still be a presence on the show floor and there also be a ‘PlayStation presents LIVE SHOW’ from the booth in Exhibition Hall 5.

Sony have said they will showcase the Final Fantasy VIII remake, Nioh 2, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, but there is no mention of Death Stranding which is odd considering it’s out in two months. Last year’s show brought us a new Death Stranding trailer but as three of those were released at Gamescom I wouldn’t expect another one. 2018 also saw new trailers for God Eater 3, Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon, and Kingdom Hearts III, what will this year hold?

Source: PEGI / Gematsu / Sony 

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