When is NIKKE: The Goddess of Victory Coming out?

When is NIKKE: The Goddess of Victory Coming out?

Project NIKKE: The Goddess of Victory is a post-apocalyptic third-person shooter. The game is being developed by Shift UP specifically for mobile devices. The release was planned for 2020, but it did not take place. In this guide, you will learn everything you need to know about this game.

NIKKE: The Goddess of Victory Release Date

The G-STAR 2021 event will take place from November 17, 2021, to November 21, 2021. During this time, the developers want to finally present the game. There might even be an opportunity to play NIKKE. However, release dates both worldwide and in Korea are not disclosed.

Now we know that NIKKE is a shooter created on the Unity engine. The game uses Live2D 3.3 technology.

According to the futuristic plot, after alien beings attack the Earth, humanity is forced to hide underground to then wage a guerrilla war with the help of robots. The main features of the game are the presence of PvP and the walkthrough of missions in a group. The graphics are drawn by the unsurpassed illustrator Kim Hyung-seop.

The controls are simple and dynamic. You don’t have to flip your phone over, as the game is in a vertical format. You can hide from the enemies and attack them using skills. Different characters will have different skills.

The characters are charming android girls. However, given the previous game from the developers of Destiny Child, it is likely that beautiful male androids will also be available for the game.

We look forward to G-STAR 2021 to try out NIKKE: The Goddess of Victory.

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