Mercenaries Saga Chronicle Coming to Nintendo Switch

It is currently 2018 in Japan, so Japan-based publisher CIRCLE Ent. Has shown  their teased January 1 Nintendo Switch announcement: strategy role-playing series Mercenaries Saga will soon be coming to the most recent Nintendo platform. As an even superior statement, the game is going to likely be  Mercenaries Saga Chronicles — probably an anthology or remaster of the first three games in the series.

News of the series’s launching game from programmer CIRCLE Ent.

The announcement itself is light on details, however we do know that this is going to be the first time which  Mercenaries Saga continues to be on a Nintendo platform. The series was created by Japanese developer Rideon, also initially started as a Japanese-only cellular game that is frequently described as a Final Fantasy Tactics spiritual successor. And as the first  Mercenaries Saga never watched a console or Western launch, Mercenaries Saga 2 (published for Nintendo 3DS at 2015, and afterwards on iOS and Android) improved the gameplay and adapted it for a more-traditional controller layout.

Ultimately, Mercenaries Saga 3 started only for Nintendo 3DS in late-2016. So not only will this be the very first time all three games are on a Nintendo platform, but also the first time all 3 games will be accessible localized to the West.

At the moment, there has been no reveal from CIRCLE Ent. On what we can expect price-wise for the game. Nonetheless, in the announcement it was mentioned that the series would be coming to Nintendo Switch “very soon. ”

If You’d like an Concept of the type of gameplay for Mercenaries Saga looks like, you can check out the preview to your Nintendo 3DS variation below (though remember the graphic gap between Nintendo 3DS’s 240p resolution along with the upward 1080p resolution for Nintendo Switch):

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