Square Enix has announced the latest mech-based video game Front Mission Evolved has been delayed once again.
Don’t despair though as the game has only been put back an extra fortnight. Square Enix hasn’t confirmed why the decision was made to delay the game.
Originally the game was scheduled for a release this summer but soon saw the launch date pushed back until 17 September in the EU.
However the game will now launch 1 October for the EU and UK on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Square has also detailed the special pre-order gifts gamers will receive if they put down an order before the 1 October release. Two new mechs will be available to gamers to download if they pre-order the title through participating retailers.
Calm is a wanzer that has been apart of the Front Mission series for a long time, the machine is a melee specialist as well as being deadly at long-range if you equip the mech with right weaponary.
Rexon is a skilled sniper wanzer and will be a true force to be reckoned with if any mechs get in the way of the deadly machine.
Check out our recent E3 video interview with the Front Mission Evolved development team here.
Meanwhile check out some screens of both Calm and Rexon below:



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