New Tales of Arise Information 2021

New Tales of Arise Information Will Appear in 2021

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New Tales of Arise information will be released sometime in 2021. Producer Yusuke Tomizawa discussed the development of the upcoming title during the Tales of Series 25 Anniversary stream. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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In his statement, Tomizawa spoke about the game’s on-going development and confirmed that there are plans to release more information about it in 2021. Famitsu provided an excerpt from the broadcast, which is translated below:

…We are preparing for 2021 with the intention to release various information. Development is progressing extremely smoothly, so please be patient while we prepare to release new details. We will prepare a lot of information that Tales of fans all over the world can get excited about.

Tomizawa went on to thank fans for their cooperation on this matter. He also apologized for being unable to reveal more information about Tales of Arise at this current point in time. There was no mention of a potential release date, or scheduled window of release during the broadcast.

Tales of Arise was originally scheduled to release sometime in 2020, however the game was delayed due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19. Bandai Namco released an official statement, which went over the situation. A new release date has yet to be announced.

Tales of Arise is in development for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


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