GUST Studios and KOEI TECMO have confirmed that their upcoming JRPG title, FAIRY TAIL, based on the smash-hit anime and manga series, will be launching on March 20th, 2020, for PC, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo switch.
Fans of FAIRY TAIL, fear not, your wait is almost over as GUST Studios and KOEI TECMO America have confirmed that their upcoming title, FAIRY TAIL, will be launching on March 20th, 2020, and on March 19th, 2020, for PC via Steam.
In FAIRY TAIL, you’ll be able to build a five-character dream team with characters directly from the series, with over 15 playable characters in total. That means, your adventures will be filled-to-the-brim with unexpected match-ups as you trek across the Kingdom of Fiore in a quest to help your guild – FAIRY TAIL – become the top in the region.
GUST Studios has revealed new characters including Jellal Fernandes from Crime Sorcière, Mirajane Strauss, and Laxus Dreyary, the grandchild of Makarov. As you explore the Kingdom of Fiore, you’ll find their bonds will grow stronger, allowing them to chain together even more powerful attacks than before, and ultimately, become some of the closest friends in all of the lands.
But this also means you’ll get unique conversations, including dialogue written solely for the game. KOEI TECMO and GUST Studios have also revealed a special Digital Deluxe edition of FAIRY TAIL, which comes with a Grand Magic Games costume, a bonus Lacrima set, and a DDX Limited Ryza costume for Lucy to use. Anyone who pre-orders today, regardless of the edition, will get an Early Purchase Bonus special costume for Erza, which will have a design released at a later date.
FAIRY TAIL is available now for pre-order through select retailers, so what are you waiting for? We know we can’t wait to set out on a lovely adventure.
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