The current-gen PvEvP shooter needs a “little more time” to prepare, with the development team promising more updates soon.
Bandai Namco’s post-apocalyptic third-person PvEvP shooter Synduality: Echo of Ada is no longer releasing in 2023. The team said it needed “a little more time” to prepare, and as it worked on “game development and improvements,” there would be more updates soon. A new release window wasn’t announced.
Synduality will be playable for attendees of the Tokyo Game Show from September 21st to 24th. There will also be new details during Bandai Namco’s stage event on September 24th, 12:30 PM JST. Check out the latest gameplay teaser below, which showcases different aspects of the title, from combat to the various monsters that await on the battlefield.
Synduality: Echo of Ada is in development for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC. It’s set in 2222, with players piloting a Coffin Cradle with an AI known as Ada. As part of the underground city of Amasia, you must gather AO Crystals in the wild, fighting off enemies and either working together or battling other players.