In a new trailer, Bandai Namco reveals the release date for the long-awaited remake of Tales of Symphonia.
On November 9, Bandai Namco released a new trailer for Tales of Symphonia Remastered and included the game’s release date. The original Tales of Symphonia is considered one of the top fan favorites in the JRPG series, even years after it was released exclusively globally through the Nintendo GameCube in 2004. Finally, a PS3 port titled Tales of Symphonia Chronicles was released in 2014, with a PC version of the same name coming to Steam in 2016.
The story of Tales of Symphonia revolves around a young swordsman – Lloyd, his childhood friend Colette and the other friends and allies they meet on their quest to save their hometown of Sylvarant. Along the way, Lloyd and his crew encounter tough enemies, learn more about their worlds, discover other worlds, and uncover the truth about how these other worlds are connected. connected to Sylvarant. Tales of Symphonia Remastered was first revealed in September 2022 during a Nintendo live.
In a new trailer that’s just under two minutes long, Bandai Namco has confirmed that Tales of Symphonia Remastered will release on multiple platforms on February 17, 2023. The release date is six months ahead of the series’ 20th anniversary. game in Japan. The trailer shows some dialogue between the characters and shows both the cutscenes and what the fight scenes will look like in the remake, as well as some of the improvements and graphics upgrades that have been made. added to ensure the best possible experience. Doesn’t show any signs of exclusivity, meaning the remake will likely follow the original. The trailer ends with the game’s release date and platforms shown on screen.
Tales of Symphonia Remastered continues the Tales series that have been adapted and remade and have been well received by fans and critics alike. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition in 2019 has reached the milestone of over one million copies sold across multiple platforms in just over two years. Likewise, 2021’s Tales of Arise has broken multiple sales records of the series, including setting a concurrent player record on Steam and receiving critical acclaim from various stores.
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