PSDeals has revealed the release date for Tactics Ogre: Reborn, along with revealing some new information about the game.
The release date of Tactics Ogre: Reborn from Square Enix has been leaked online, along with screenshots and new information about the changes made to the remake. Tactics Ogre: Reborn is one of the industry’s worst-kept secrets, originally revealed in the Nvidia GeForce Now leak, along with other games that were later confirmed, including Kingdom Hearts 4 and Chrono Cross remaster.
The idea of a Tactics Ogre remake doesn’t seem too far-fetched, as Square Enix has updated older games for modern platforms, with the most recent being Live A Live on the Nintendo Switch. Tactics Ogre was originally released on the Super Nintendo in Japan, as Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together. The game would later be ported to the original Sega Saturn and PlayStation, but most fans will be familiar with the 2010 remake of the game that was released for the PlayStation Portable. The GeForce Now leak was the first hint of a new remake or remake of the game, and was again pointed to when the Tactics Ogre: Reborn page appeared on PSN, confirming the game’s existence. and new title.
Players can now get their first real look at Tactics Ogre: Reborn and it’s once again the result of a leak. PSDeals has a page for Tactics Ogre: Reborn, listing a release date of November 11, 2022. The game is coming to PS4 and PS5, with the option of a free upgrade to the digital PS5 version for owners. own the PS4 version. The page also has screenshots showing Tactics Ogre: Reborn in action, confirming this is an update of the PSP remake and not a brand new title. Notably, this is an incidental leak and all information must be considered salt until Square Enix or Sony make an official announcement.
In PSP Tactics Ogre, there is a class-wide level management system that affects all units, while Tactics Ogre: Reborn will have class progression limited to a single leveling system. taste. Additionally, battles will now be faster, will have autosave, and the control scheme and UI have been upgraded to make them easier to use. Characters and background work have been recreated in high definition, with English and Japanese voiceovers for the cutscenes.
It’s curious that Square Enix still hasn’t announced Tactics Ogre: Reborn, especially if it’s out in a few months. This is the kind of reveal that would be entirely consistent with a Summer Game Fest or Sony State of Play event, but there doesn’t seem to be any indication of when the game might be announced in the future. If the leaks are legitimate, then fans won’t have to wait long to experience Tactics Ogre: Reborn and hopefully Square Enix will officially announce the title in the coming months.
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