Rainbow Skies confirmed, coming exclusively to PSN for PS3 and Vita in 2014
As announced on the PlayStation Blog early this past weekend, Rainbow Skies is coming to PSN for PS3 and Vita sometime in 2014. Yes, this game is related to Rainbow Moon and is described as “an indirect sequel” in fact. Rainbow Skies is a new fantasy RPG and has been in development for the past year already while looking to improve upon Rainbow Moon with the help of fan feedback, and hopefully our review.
In a new press release for the game we’re clued in on a few new details and we can now add support for Cross-Save to the knowledge pile. Will this mean Rainbow Skies will be Cross-Buy though? Given that this is a download-only title, we could assume so, though we know better than to assume. Scope out some addition game details below:
- Explore two parallel worlds in a new story with side and treasure hunt quests
- Execute new combo attacks in turn-based battles with devastating commands
- Raise a large variety of tamable monsters. Level them up and add them to your party
- Upgrade your characters, weapons, equipment, and battle skills
- 100 hours of gameplay with all side quests and optional content
- Cross-Save allows saved data to be syncronized between your PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®Vita
- Play a variety of mini games, including a new fishing game
- Enjoy more than two hours of BGM with up to 50 tracks
- “Experience a technically perfect game engine that runs at 60fps with little to no load times”
In the official press release for Rainbow Skies, CEO of SideQuest Studios Marcus Pukropski says:
We have enjoyed great support and success on the PlayStation®3 system in the past and are happy to bring our latest development to the PlayStation® family in 2014. Rainbow Skies combines lots of fan feedback with our own vision and will be an awesome mix of old meets new. We are looking forward to showing gamers more of Rainbow Skies in the months to come.
Take a look through these new early screenshots and artwork for Rainbow Skies and let us know in the comments section what you think about this fantasy RPG and if you’ll be buying it in 2014.