Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 released for PC, Xbox One
The release date of the Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 has been finally announced. It seems that the mentioned game will be released for Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC on September 13, 2016. It is good to know that the game will be available in all regions exactly in the day when it will be launched.
Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 is a sequel to the Pac-Man Championship Edition that has been released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 back in 2010. Three years later, the game was also released for Windows PC. You should know that the Pac-Man Championship Edition was also released for Android, Nintendo 3DS, iOS and J2ME platforms.
It seems that the Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 will come with an improved design and it will feature a 2D gameplay in 3D worlds with giant-sized boss battle and dynamic mazes.
The Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 will be sold for $12.99 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC and it will come with Adventure and Score Attacks Modes, along with epic boss battles and according to Bandai Namco, it will be the “fastest action in any Pac-Man game to date”.
Here is the trailer of the upcoming Pac-Man Championship Edition 2:
As you can see, the upcoming game looks really awesome and we are pretty sure that all Pac-Man fans will be very happy once this game will hit the stores. Unfortunately, the developer hasn’t revealed more information about this game, but since it will be released within a month, we think that more information about this upcoming game will be unveiled in the next days.
What are your thoughts about the upcoming Pac-Man Championship Edition 2? Will you purchase it once it will be released for your console/computer or you will wait until others will play it and share their opinions about it?
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