Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten gets its release date pushed back to October 20
Aquaplus and Shiravune have pushed back the release date of Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten to October 20. It was originally slated to released on September 8 worldwide. The primary reason for the delay is so the development team can implement further quality improvements before it launches.
Since its initial announcement in late April, several more characters were introduced to it along with new screenshots down below.
Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten is now releasing on October 20 worldwide for PC (Steam). It is also releasing on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, but those versions will only be coming to Japan at this time and have not been announced for the west.
Voice: Kentaro Tone
This talking and moving plush toy was found deep inside some ruins.
He accompanies Oshtor on his journey in order to watch over Shunya.
Despite his adorable appearance, sometimes his behavior is not very doll-like.
Voice: Takayuki Sugo
Oshtor and Nekone's father. He was a Yamato patrol officer who reportedly died in the line of duty when Oshtor was still very young. Though strict and honorable as a Mononofu (warrior), at the same time, he has a heart of gold. He has a heavy influence on Oshtor's chosen lifestyle.
Voice: Shuichi Ikeda
A servant of the Shantuura (High Priest), he dresses in black and dons a black mask. He is in pursuit of Shunya and Pashpakuru, who are on the run from him and his subordinates. Mayacowl is always outwardly calm and composed, so nobody knows what is really on his mind.
Voice: Junko Minagawa
Viceroy of Izumo, the land of sentries, and one of the Eight Pillar Generals of Yamato, although this is not public information for some reason. As a warrior who highly values etiquette, she has given her daughter Munechika a strict upbringing.
Voice: Kikuko Inoue
A title referring to the high priest of Arva Shulan. The post is occupied by an authoritative and intelligent woman who is revered by many. She adheres to traditions and cares deeply about her citizens, always keeping a close eye on impoverished villages.