The Playstation Vita is a niche system that may not get the most sales, but it surely has some of the most dedicated and devoted fans out of all the video game consoles and handhelds out on the market today. With games like Persona 4 Golden, Toukiden: Age of Demons, and Dangan Ronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, it is surely a system only a few will understand. However, there is only one title that transcends the Playstation Vita itself that it is the primary reason a spike in its sales happened around March 2013. That title is Soul Sacrifice. Now, its 1.5 update sequel is coming to the west, as confirmed on the official Playstation Blog.
According to IGN, Soul Sacrifice Delta, the sequel – or 1.5 update hard copy – will make its way to Europe on May 14, 2014. The United States will receive the highly-expected title one day earlier on May 13, 2014.
Soul Sacrifice Delta, in all respects, is as written above, more of a 1.5 update hard copy. It is the original title with improvements. This includes optimized graphics engine and better AI, which makes the adventures more challenging. Soul Sacrifice Delta also includes more in-depth character customization.
The game’s producer, Oliver Banal, stated there will be a lot of new content as well, which includes dark interpretations of fairy tales (mostly in the form of new archfiends, which can be seen above), new sorcerers, arenas, spells, and even more quests. Players can also carry over their save data from the original Soul Sacrifice into Soul Sacrifice Delta.
Probably the biggest add-on to Soul Sacrifice Delta is the incorporation of a third faction known as Grim. They believe in neutrality, which is something that wasn’t incorporated in the original Soul Sacrifice, where players were either for Avalon (sacrificing) or Sanctuary (saving).
The official Playstation Blog, also included two other Playstation Vita titles that will come over to the west along with Soul Sacrifice Delta. This includes Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines, and Freedom Wars. Also, other titles will be coming to the Playstation Vita too, including Tales of Hearts, which was reported here on The Inquisitr.
[Images via Playstation Blog]