That Bee-Luv The official YouTube channel posted a video with new footage and details about the upcoming Project Mikhail. The news came from the channel’s Breaking Dawn livestream. The development team confirmed that there will be no gacha or loot boxes, even though there will be paid subscriptions. We have translated a summary of the information below. [Thanks, Dengeki!]
During a Q&A segment during Bee-Luv livestream, the team elaborated new features and changes that appear in Project Mikhail. Thanks to feedback, the title allows players to turn damage indicators on and off during gameplay. The team is also working on adding more BETAs to combat, which are the antagonistic extraterrestrial life forms in the series. The developers assured people that there will be a single player mode where you can customize parts and enjoy the story. In terms of matches, players will be able to trigger counters with a well-defined maneuver, and enemies will change their attack patterns depending on how good the player is as well.
Developed by âge-soft and published by aNCHOR, the Bee-Luv game Project Mikhail released on Nintendo Switch and Windows PC. However, the team clarified during its livestream that they plan to launch the title on other platforms in the future. Specifically, the team seems to have laid the groundwork for the development of PlayStation and Xbox hardware. The publisher is promoting Project Mikhail as a “dark action RPG” with a unique system where each of the player’s actions and choices will affect the in-game world. The team further updated the targeted release date to “around September” 2021.