Utawarerumono: Prelude To The Fallen Gets Western Release

Game publisher NIS America recently announced the western release of JRPG Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen.

Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen comes to the west

The upcoming JRPG will be available both physically and digitally for the PlayStation 4 and will be released in North America and Europe. The PlayStation Vita version will have it on digital. It was revealed that it will be released in early 2020. It will also have Japanese audio and English subtitles.

This is a strategy RPG and a remake of the original one, which was first release in Japan last year. The Origins Edition will include the physical copy of the game, Hymns for the Fallen soundtrack CD, and Archives of Yamayura softcover art book. There is also a limited edition with a price tag of $79.99, which includes the same contents of the Origins Editions except for the softcover art book, which is now a hardcover one. It will also include a metal key chain, poster, and a collector’s box.

Check out the overview below:

About

For the first time ever, the origins of the Utawarerumono saga are coming overseas! Prelude to the Fallen follows the story of a man with no memories who awakens in a strange world, and is taken in by a tribe of kindhearted villagers. He is raised as one of their own, eventually receiving the name “Hakuoro.” When neighboring nations begin to encroach on his village, Hakuoro rises up against the tyrannical invaders, setting off on an unforgettable journey that lives on in the songs of legend.

Key Features

  • An Epic Tale – Become immersed in a turbulent story of love, war, and destiny.
  • Heroes of Myth – Unravel the tale of a diverse cast of characters, and watch how their fates intertwine.
  • Art of War – Claim victory through the use of tactics, elemental advantages, and the unique strengths of your party members.

Check out the trailer below:

Source: Official Website

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Christian is just your regular gaming joe who likes to get the latest gaming news scoops. He isn’t particularly picky when it comes to genres, but he really loves JRPGs, beat ‘em up games, tactical and strategy, and story driven games. He is currently addicted to card games particularly Unstable Unicorns.

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