The start of 2021 has started with a bang for fans of Japanese games, especially games that revolve around the RPG genre. We had the pleasure of welcoming Atelier Ryza 2, Ys IX: Monstrum Nox, or even recently Persona 5 Strikers on our machines, all localized in our beautiful French language. But as often, no time to finish a game that others are already knocking on the door, and some eagerly awaited have had the opportunity to shine in recent hours, including Tales of Arise which for its part, begins very seriously to be desired.
Seeing unloading a new trailer, which we had been waiting for casually for a long time, we were finally hoping to see a lot more gameplay elements, backgrounds, and maybe even start to discover some new features that this will bring. title. Unfortunately, quickly repackage your enthusiasm because like us, you may be a little disappointed by what you will see. This new trailer finally has little new, and will ultimately serve more to make us wait until the next one, than to really ignite the passion of the players.
However, we shouldn’t have to wait too long to review Tales of Arise, and Bandai Namco has also spoken on this subject, promising a new presentation of the game for next spring. The latter arriving in just a few weeks, let’s hope they have had the time to prepare something a little more substantial by then.
Finally Yes Tales of Arise is still slated for PS4, Xbox One and PC, and we will note that the PS5 and Xbox Series mentions are now visible at the end of the trailer., which of course lets imagine upgrades or even dedicated versions if the game continues to be desired. With a release scheduled for 2021, we can only cross our fingers that the final date is specified at the next presentation.