Soul Worker to debut in Japan this year, launch in September

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Finally some more news about the highly anticipated anime action game Soul Worker Online, which has thousands of gamers excited since they watched the second trailer in 2014. These are definitely good news since they prove the progress of the game.

Soul Worker was announced in 2011 and for two times we were led to think that it was in limbo. It is back now, with the announcement by publisher Hangame that the game is planned to launch in Japan September 2015, which means that the closed beta is going to begin really soon – the recruitment phase begins July 10th, and is extremely limited, with only 999 players having the privilege of trying this game before everyone else. A short open beta should follow, ramping up to the September release.

Soul Worker is planned to be free-to-play and with such a tight schedule it all points to the game being nearly finished at the moment. Sadly, developer Lion Games didn't release a new trailer right now, only three new screenshots, but since the Japanese website premiere is planned for tomorrow, we should have something special really soon.

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  • Srki

    I am so going to DNS it and play no matter how terrible lag is going to be!

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  • Alex Crowface

    Weren’t they planning to release it in 2014 or 2013 ? But that never happened so then it died. Then we had a new trailer and it died again. So this news might be false about September but I hope that its finally true.

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  • Daniel Bang Langvang

    How do I sign up for the recuitment?
    I’ve wanted to play this game for so long.

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