Level-5 Delays Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin Game Again to this Winter
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Level 5 announced on Friday that it is delaying its Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin game for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android again from this fall to this winter to improve the game's quality. Level 5 also announced on Friday that it is delaying its Yo-kai Watch Switch game to next spring.
Level 5 previously delayed Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin from this summer to this fall, also to improve the game's quality.
The game's accompanying anime series premiered on April 6 with a one-hour special and aired for 26 episodes.
In the story of both the anime and the game, protagonist Asuto Inamori's soccer club is disbanded after the school's soccer field is destroyed. He and friends go to Tokyo to attend Raimon-chuu (Raimon Junior High) to play soccer. The story is set after the first Inazuma Eleven anime and game. However, the show takes place in a parallel world from all other Inazuma Eleven soccer role-playing games (apart from the first), because the story has taken a different course.
The multimedia project also includes three manga serializing on three different platforms: the Coro Coro Comics magazine, the Sunday Webry website, and the MangaOne app. Each manga focuses on a different character.