An unfortunate turn of events for PS3 owners! The Naruto Storm Revolution PS3 demo has been delayed in North America. This news comes straight from Bandai Namco Games who tweets “The Naruto Ninja Storm Revolution demo for PS3 has been delayed from this week. We’ll have more info soon – Thanks for your patience!”.
Although we don’t know for sure, it’s possible this may have been an error on Sony’s part as Bandai Namco Games tweeted earlier with the expectation the demo would be released today.
This news comes as a complete 180 from yesterday’s exciting reveal, which promised a Naruto Storm Revolution demo for North American PS3 account holders before anybody else. Surprisingly, Xbox 360 owners were treated to a gift through an early leak of the demo instead. Originally, the Xbox 360 version of the demo was scheduled to release on Wednesday.
It’s expected Japan and Europe will get their PS3 demos on Wednesday, July 2nd. Unless things take a turn for the worst there too, PS3 owners worldwide will still be able to download the demo when the Japanese and European PlayStation Networks update, provided they have an account for those regions. We’ll keep you updated on Anime Games Online if we hear any other updates.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is the latest game in Bandai Namco and CyberConnect2’s acclaimed Naruto Storm series. It will be for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. The game will contain stories never before seen in the Naruto anime/manga, including the Creation of Akatsuki, Shisui’s back-story, and Kushina’s interaction with Minato’s and his team. In addition, there will be new combination team jutsus, over 100 playable characters, and 50 minutes of exclusive anime footage. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution will be released worldwide in September 2014.