Legend of Legacy Remastered Announced for PS4, PS5, Switch & PC Early 2024

Publisher NIS America has announced that the FuRyu-developed JRPG Legend of Legacy Remastered will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC in early 2024.

The island of Avalon, discovered a decade ago, is full of mystery, with it having been supposedly forged by gods and elementals. Many have attempted to find significant treasures comprised of considerable power on this land, with seven new heroes now joining the fray. Each hero has their own skills, stories, and desires.

Players will need to manage battle formations and delegate combat roles to achieve victory, alongside forging contracts with the elementals to utilize select skills during battle.

This title, which was initially on 3DS, features notable staff, such as “illustrator Tomomi Kobayashi, renowned composer Masashi Hamauzu, writer Masato Kato, game designer Kyoji Koizumi, and Masataka Matsuura.”

You can view official screenshots for Legend of Legacy Remastered via our gallery below:

We’ll keep you all updated with the eventual release of Legend of Legacy Remastered.

You can view the official announcement trailer for Legend of Legacy Remastered below:

This title is the predecessor of The Alliance Alive, which has recently been ported to modern platforms. it is now available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Steam, and mobile devices.

The Alliance Alive HD Remastered takes place in a world that was invaded by a race known as Daimons, who discovered the energy that the humans acquired, known as Chaos. The invasion caused a huge rift on the planet, resulting in huge climate changes causing the sun to be blocked out.

During the game, players will enlist the help of party members and form alliances as they travel an open world and fight through dungeons. Several layers of customization are available to incentivize player freedom with builds. Those who love grinding will have an immensely enjoyable time with this title.

In case you missed it, check out our review of the remastered effort when it initially launched.

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