The key x Wright Flyer Studios game was originally scheduled for 2020
The official Twitter account for Jun Maeda's upcoming smartphone game Heaven Burns Red announced on November 25 that it will be released in February 2022, which is the second delay for the game that was originally supposed to be released in 2020 and then postponed to 2021. In the Tweet, the devs say the reason behind the latest delay is "in order for the game to be stable at release."
Heaven Burns Red revolves around the earth being attacked by a mysterious life form known as Cancer. While many nations fell under the might of Cancer using traditional weaponry, a new weapon was created, named Seraph. Only thing is, the only users of the weapon are young girls with the talent to wield the weapon. The last hope of the earth is on these girls' shoulders.
Previously released trailer:
Heaven Burns Red hails from Key, best known for visual novel titles including CLANNAD and Air, and smartphone developer Wright Flyer Studios. It is set to be released only on smartphone platforms at this stage.
Source: Heaven Burns Red on Twitter
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