NIS America has announced that their turn-based strategy RPG collection, Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory / Fallen Legion Revenants, is now available on PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
Players can look forward to intricate turn-based combat boasting strategical decisions where formations are at the core of success. The trailer below highlights a variety of gameplay footage regarding the combat system as well as some of the textual-based outcomes players will have to contend with throughout the experiences. This also marks the first time these games are receiving Xbox versions.
There is also a physical Deluxe Edition available for pre-order via NIS America’s digital storefront, containing the following:
+ NISA Online Store Exclusive Preorder Bonus: Two Art Cards including a special “thank you” message from Fallen Legion Series Creator, Spencer Yip.
These games’ ports were initially announced in March 2022.
You can view this collection’s launch trailer below:
Check out our review of Fallen Legion Revenants’ initial launch.
Fallen Legion Revenants is a sequel to Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion. The game is set in a world covered in miasma on a floating castle named Welkin Castle, which is the last refuge for mankind. Safe for now from a plague of horrors that reside below the Castle, a politician named Lucien discovers an ancient book where he learns of the Exemplars, weapons that can turn into sentient soldiers.
Lucien joins up with Rowena, who is a revenant determined to come back to life and save her living son. The two then reluctantly make a pact to overthrow the mad tyrant controlling Welkin.
Gameplay shifts between Lucien and Rowena. Lucien is able to craft potions and items with Alchemic Recipes as well as use stealth tactics to navigate the castle undiscovered. Rowena, on the other hand, tests your reflexes and tactical prowess during real-time battles where you can control a squad of Exemplars. Players will make choices during the dialogue that has a weight on the narrative and sometimes determines who lives or dies.
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