BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend – Releases This December On Steam

Arc System Works and H2 Interactive have released an extended version of BlazBlue: Continuum Shift on Steam. BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend adds a number of game play modes, story scenarios, new moves, and an all-new playable character to further enhance the BlazBlue experience.

What’s also special about this version of Continuum Shift is its online team battles that have been introduced in this Steam version.

Those interested can purchase the game from here.

Here are the game’s key features:

-Expanded Character Roster: In addition to the downloadable characters offered for the previous entry in the series (Makoto, Valkenhyn, and Platinum the Trinity), EXTEND introduces Relius Clover, the mad puppeteer and Carl’s father, as a playable character. Master a whole new way of fighting with Relius as he uses his marionette, Ignis, to turn the tide of battle.
-Enhanced Story Mode: Relive and rediscover the events that took place in BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger or venture forth into one of four all new story scenarios!
-New and Revised Game Modes: Take on the strongest of foes in Unlimited Mars Mode, fight your way to the bottom of Abyss Mode, or lead an army to victory in Legion Mode!
-Fully Revised Combat System: All characters, new and old, have been thoroughly rebalanced and armed with all new strategies and combos to take your game to the top!
-Improved Online Multiplayer: Battle it out in BlazBlue’s acclaimed online mode with all new multiplayer features, such as online team battles!

Enjoy and kudos to our reader ‘prudis’ for bringing this to our attention.

UPDATE:

Seems Arc System Works or Valve messed things up. At the time of writing, the game was available for purchase on Steam. However, the game is now listed for a December release.

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