Bandai Namco is currently working on Tales of Arise, another installment in the “Tales of” series. According to a new report, the JRPG might be nearing its release for public consumption. As of right now, the forthcoming title has been rated by the Korean Ratings Board for PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One.
Tales of Arise is a game that I’m looking forward to and for those of you in the same boat seeking to unshackle the heroine, Shionne, from her curse or assume Alphen to help Shionne, know that all of the above might happen soon.
Furthermore, the website notes that this move by the board is “significant” since age ratings for games usually go up around release. However, I should note that the game isn’t coming out this month, but somewhere around late Q1 2020 or Q2 2020.
In addition to the above, the publication site says Tales of Arise launch is closer than we think, but we should also keep in mind that delays could be lurking around the corner — so keep your eyes open but don’t hold your breath.
In case you are unaware, Sony is gearing up to kick-off the Taipei Game Show 2020 early next month, and the lineup for the games event includes titles such as Tales of Arise, Trials of Mana, Fairy Tail, Nioh 2, and many more.
Sony’s Taipei Game Show is set to go live on February 6th and will end on February 9th, 2020. You can learn more about this event by hitting up playstation.com.
In the meantime, Tales of Arise is due out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2020. More info on this game can be found by visiting toarise.tales-ch.jp.