Sony may have delayed the PlayStation 4 in Japan in order to ensure that it has a compelling software lineup, but that hasn’t prevented one of its big launch titles from slipping into March. Kadokawa Games’ strategy role-playing game Natural Doctrine had been set to launch alongside the system on 22nd February, but it will now deploy a little later on 19th March.
Like many of the other big Japanese developed next generation releases, the title will be available on the PlayStation 3 and Vita, too, and will support cross-save compatibility across all systems. Those that want the PS4 and portable versions will be able to purchase a special bundle comprising both editions for ¥7,980 ($75). Sadly, there’s no word on a Western release just yet.