At the end of last year, Sega promised Valkyria Chronicles 4 that it would reach modern consoles, including the Nintendo Switch, in the summer of 2018. It seems that the release date has decreased for a few months, much to the consternation of the fans of the franchise. Perhaps to appease this crowd, Sega is throwing something at them so that their wait is worth it. He just announced that the first Chronicles of Valkyria will also reach the Nintendo Switch. The capture? You will also have to wait for the fall season.
Although not as popular as, for example, Final Fantasy, Valkyria Chronicles has won a cult both in Japan and abroad. A mix of tactical and role-playing genres, the franchise has garnered mostly positive reviews for its playability and its unique military and alternative historical environment.
Launched in 2008 for the PlayStation 3, the first title of Valkyria Chronicles obtained a remastered version for the PS4. The next version of Switch will be based on this version, making all DLC available in a single package. Valkyria Chronicles for the Switch is released in Japan in the fall for 1,990 yen ($ 19). Nothing is yet known about a worldwide release.
Coincidentally, it will also be when you assume that Valkyria Chronicles 4 will be launched. In fact, if you buy Valkyria Chronicles 4 for the Switch, you will receive a "Coupon Download Code at Reduced Price" that reduces the price of the remastered game to 500 yen ($ 5).
VIA: Gematsu