Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss survives CyberFront collapse

PlayStation Vita role-playing game Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss will still see a release in Japan, defunct publisher CyberFront announced, although the rest of its scheduled catalogue will be cancelled.

Originally, the Experience-developed Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss was slated for a Jan. 23 release but it is now floated with a "to be announced" launch date, according to a notice of schedule change posted on the publisher's official website.

The intended release dates for Saints Row 4 and Europa Universalis 4 for Windows PC and WRC 4 FIA World Rally Championship 06 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in Japan have been cancelled and will no longer be published by CyberFront in the region.

CyberFront, publisher of numerous western games in Japan including Telltale's The Walking Dead and Valve's Portal games, announced earlier this month that it will be dissolved. According to the statement, the company experienced profound management changes in March following a buyout by electronics manufacturing and exporting firm Kaga Electronics.

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