As stated by the official Legrand Legacy Twitter accounts, Semisoft Studios plans on bringing their new take on classic RPGs into this Nintendo Switch sometime prior to the conclusion of the year.
Switch launch is intended for this year.
Back in November, ” the team announced that it would be bringing the game to platforms. While the Switch variant is intended for this year, the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game are planned for a 2019 release. Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds came last week on January 24 and DualShockers’ very own Azario Lopez got the chance to examine the game on PC.
If you’re not knowledgeable about Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds, it’s an RPG using a turn-based battle platform which’s suggestive of Legend of Dragoon. The name occurs in a feud between two kingdoms, both Fandor and Altea. A boy called Finn, the protagonist, is left with amnesia and possesses a power that’s outside his control.
The name features an immersive world for players to explore loot to find, a unique soundtrack, and 3D cinematics. It is possible to expect that the Switch version to drop with all the PS4 and Xbox One variants after sometime in June 2019.