Front Mission 2: Remake Delayed on Switch Indefinitely

Forever Entertainment has announced that their upcoming mech strategy game, Front Mission 2: Remake, has been delayed to an unspecified time so the development team can polish the experience as much as possible. They also want to ensure it’s up to par with modern standards for remakes.

We’ll be sure to keep you all updated on this incoming release.

Check out the latest story trailer.

Square Enix recently listed several 1/72 scale mech figures from the game for pre-order.

This title has never been released in the West and is available to oversea fans in an official capacity for the first time. Front Mission 2: Remake occurs 12 years after the second Huffman conflict. The impoverished People’s Republic of Alordesh has suffered a severe economic decline since the war ended. On June 12, 2102, soldiers of the Alordesh Army rose and, led by Ven Mackarge, declared independence from the O.C.U. (Oceania Cooperative Union).

This version of the game will feature:

  • Improved loading speed
  • Support for many new languages (EN, FR, ES, PT, IT, DE, PL, ZH, JA)
  • New ‘free camera’ option to zoom in during gameplay and check out Wanzers in detail
  • New coloring and camouflage options
  • Modern in-game effects
  • Renewed soundtrack

Front Mission 2: Remake will launch for Nintendo Switch at an unknown time.

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