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Project Nimbus leaving Steam Early Access on September 26th

PS4 release also on the horizon.

© KISS Ltd / GameTomo / GameCrafterTeam

KISS Ltd, GameTomo and GameCrafterTeam have revealed that their epic anime inspired mecha monolith Project Nimbus is leaving Early Access and officially launching next week. From September 26th PC gamers can enter the post apocalyptic skies of Project Nimbus and pilot a dizzying array of ‘Battle Frames,’ colossal, planet shattering war machines armed to the teeth with laser swords, rail guns and lots of missiles.

Mankind has evacuated to the skies after a great war destroyed the Earth’s surface, making it unable to support human life, and with resources scarce, humanity is again on the brink of another full scale war. In Project Nimbus, players must battle a devastating army of enemy Battle Frames, duel with supersonic pilots, engage motherships and face off against giant world-ending weapons.

Watch the latest trailer for Project Nimbus below:


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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Project Nimbus launched onto Steam Early Access in 2014 and has received a flurry of huge updates leading up to the official launch. Since Project Nimbus entered Early Access it has received 15 new exhilarating missions, devastating weapon variants for your Battle Frame, powerful new machine enemies and endless gameplay updates to streamline the Project Nimbus experience.

PS4 gamers will also be able to join in on the mecha mayhem. The first two acts will be coming to PS4 players in Japan this Autumn under the title “Project Nimbus: Code Mirai”, with the full and final game coming the rest of the world in early 2018.

Check out the Project Nimbus Steam page for more information on the game.

View some screenshots from Project Nimbus in our gallery:

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