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NIS America release Spotlight Trailer for Fallen Legion Revenants

Bullet Club

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NIS America release Spotlight Trailer for Fallen Legion Revenants​


NIS America has released a new Spotlight Trailer for Fallen Legion Revenants, which is set to release for PlayStation 5, Xbox consoles, and PC (Steam) on August 23 in North America and August 26 in Europe.

Fallen Legion Revenants is launching alongside Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory, which received its own Spotlight Trailer earlier this year.

The Fallen Legion series releases are a little confusing, so here's a small primer:
  • Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory is a combination of two individual games, Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion. The combination is already available for Nintendo Switch and Steam, while the individual games are already available for PlayStation 4.
  • Fallen Legion Revenants is a sequel to Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory. It is already available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
  • So essentially, this new release will ultimately result in a version of all Fallen Legion titles being available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.
The new trailer and description can be found below, via NIS America. More information can be found in the announcement post from New Game+ Expo in March 2022.. The official website is here.



Under the oppressive rule of the tyrant Ivor, the inhabitants of Welkin Castle struggle to survive. With the world covered in miasma they have no choice but to suffer until an unlikely duo challenges him. Will an unlikely alliance between a politician and a revenant be enough to overcome the odds?

Source: RPG Site
 

Danjin44

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NIS America, I'm still waiting for you guys to announce western release date for....


 

manfestival

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Not crazy about the art direction but that combat system looks really interesting. I don't hate the art but I don't love it compared to other titles that I have played from NIS
 
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