The Somnium Files nirvanA Initiative, the sequel to 2019''s famous adventure thriller, will be delayed for two weeks in Europe and Oceania, according to publisher Spike Chunsoft. The game was initially scheduled to launch on June 24 worldwide, but concerns in the worldwide supply chain caused by the COVID-19 epidemic are still being pressed today.
"Untilly due to unplanned manufacturing delays and global shipping slowdowns, Spike Chunsoft, Inc. and Numskull Games must delay the release of this title across all platforms (Nintendo Switch, PlayStation4, and Xbox One)," Chunsoft said on the official website. "To maintain parity, the digital releases for these regions will be delayed until July 8th."
The first AI: The Somnium Files, which was released on PC, Switch, and PS4, is now available on Xbox One. The game explores a futuristic cyberpunk in Tokyo, where investigators utilize the AI-powered Psync system to investigate witnesses and suspects seeking murder.
The Psync controller was used by Detective Kaname Date to enter the "somnium," a strange and psychadellic dreamscape formed by the mind being entered. Upon entering the clues, the player must look for and interpret clues like they do in the real world.
The Somnium Files were generally pretty good, with Bella giving it four out of five in her review. "It''s a title that isn''t afraid to go from zero to grimdark in sixty seconds, to dump large bits of information on the player, or to raise the kinds of issues about humanity that will keep you up at night. This is not a strictly focused-tested and accessible game.
Players will play as two protagonists instead of one in AI: The Somnium Files nirvanA initiative. Mizuki and Ryuki, both of whom are passionate about the subject, will experiment with their mind-bending technology to investigate the case of "half-body" serial killings. It''s a good idea to watch the trailer above to see why it''s called that.
The Somnium Files nirvanA Initiative will be available on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on June 24, except for Oceania and Europe, which will be available on July 8.