Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers Is Counting Down To A Worldwide Release In Fall 2019

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NIS America has revealed a North American and European release window for Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers. The RPG will be appearing in both regions in Fall 2019. People will be able to play it on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.


In addition, a launch day edition of Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers will be available. Known as the Time Capsule Edition, it will only be available for Nintendo Switch owners. This will give people a physical copy of the game, five COGs featuring characters (that bear a striking resemblance to Pogs), and a “Farewell ’99” poster. Preordering will guarantee people a copy of this version.


Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers is set in a world where time has stopped. Clocknee was celebrating the dawning of a new millenium when everything stopped. Robots started appearing and attacking. Fortunately, Sherry and Pegreo have Isaac, a robot who has traveled through time, to help them work out what is going on.


They’ll need to perform maintenance on equipment to make it stronger for the fights ahead, be ready to fight all sorts of machines, and do a bit of time traveling to alter the status of Clocknee and restore it to the home they once knew and loved. Fortunately, Isaac doesn’t just time travel. The robot also has six different forms that each have different stats and skills.


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Destiny Connect will be released on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on March 14, 2019. It will appear in North America and Europe in Fall 2019.

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