Sony has today announced that Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars and its JRPG, Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines will all be coming to Europe for PS Vita this year.
Soul Sacrifice Delta will be first to arrive on 14th May, while Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines and Freedom Wars will be dated in the coming months.
Soul Sacrifice Delta is an expanded version of the previously released game, bringing with a lots new content and improvements such as new sorcerers, arenas, spells and more quests. In addition, the graphics engine has been optimised, some arenas are now dynamic with weather effects and structural changes during battle, the spells system has been refined and allows for more collaborative and deeper gameplay and AI has been improved.
Freedom Wars meanwhile is set in a dystopian world which harbors prisoners, each with a million-year sentence set from birth. You take on the role of a prisoner, forced to fight for your freedom by completing rescue missions that will reduce your seemingly insurmountable prison sentence.
Supported by a robust multiplayer suite, up to four players can play via Ad-Hoc and eight players via Online to fight civilian Abducters; the more civilians you set free, the shorter your sentence becomes. The game also supports co-op gameplay.
Finally, Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines is an RPG in which you take charge of an ancient Japanese clan that have been cursed with a maximum lifespan of just 2 years. Your task is to lead the clan on their quest to lift the curse and enlist the help of gods inspired by Japanese mythology to make sure each new generation of the clan is more powerful than the last.
It's always great to see PS Vita getting new games, so we're happy with this announcement.