2D Anime Fighter 'Phantom Breaker: Omnia' Locks In A March 2022 Release 1

2D Anime Fighter ‘Phantom Breaker: Omnia’ Locks In A March 2022 Release

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Phantom Breaker Omnia
Image: Rocket Panda Games

As you might have already heard, the 2D anime fighter Phantom Breaker: Omnia is getting a western release on Switch. Rocket Panda Games has now officially set the date – locking in its launch for 15th March 2022. Here’s a new trailer and backstory:

“In the game, a mysterious man, known only as ‘Phantom’ appears in Tokyo, to manipulate vulnerable adolescents into fighting each other, bestowing upon them mystical weapons of great strength known as ‘Fu-mension Artifacts.’ In exchange, he promised to grant their wish if they survive. The fierce clashes between these artifacts caused distortions in space-time, which compromised the boundaries between parallel universes. The collapse of these parallel universes would ultimately break the seal, unleashing Phantom’s destructive powers.”

“Phantom Breaker: Omnia is a fast-paced 2-D anime fighting game that features 20 unique characters, pitted against one another to make their greatest wishes come true. The ability to choose between 3 fighting styles will appeal to seasoned gamers while making the game accessible to newcomers. The game features 2 guest characters, Kurisu Makise from Steins;Gate and Rimi Sakihata from Chaos;Head, as well as two brand new characters created specifically for Phantom Breaker: Omnia.”

Is this a game you’ll be checking out when it arrives in March next year? Tell us below.