Following Sega's announcement yesterday that it will be suspending service on Samurai & Dragons until April 17, retailer Famicom Plaza revealed today that Sega will also delay the game's package release. Originally planned for April 26, the package version will now be released on May 24.
Samurai & Dragons, a free-to-download-and-play item-based strategy game, was released to PlayStation Vita as a PSN download on March 29. The game immediately suffered network issues. Sega said yesterday that fixing the issues and setting up new servers will take time, prompting the temporary suspension until the 17th.
The package version is the same game as the download version, but includes bonus items to make up for the cost.