A Chinese RPG is on its way to the PlayStation 4, following its PC debut in 2015. In April 2019, Sword and Fairy 6 will get both a digital and physical release. It will appear in North America on April 2, 2019, then show up in Asia and Europe on April 3, 2019. Its current estimated price is $26.99/€26.99/£22.49/HK$211/TW$874, and it will have English, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese localizations and Mandarin Chinese voice acting.
In addition to the standard edition, EastAsiaSoft will be selling a collector’s edition version of the game through Play-Asia. Sales for it will go live on February 21, 2019 and include the region-free game, soundtrack, instruction manual, and numbered collector’s certificate.
Sword and Fairy 6 is set in a world with three sorts of races, humans, beasts, and gods. After The War of the Three Tribes, beasts were exiled to the Demon World, information about the sacred Jiuquan springs with special powers was lost, and the three races were separated. However, events within the world are leading to a situation where ancient truths may be revealed. Players follow Yue Jinzhao and Yue Qi as they explore the world and its towns, build up their reputations, and develop characters’ souls with the Meridian System to determine what they are capable of in a fight. The battle system also involves both real-time and turn-based combat.
Here is the Sword and Fairy 6 trailer, which shows off some areas in its world and offers a look at the game’s battle system.
Sword and Fairy 6 is immediately available worldwide for PCs, as is Sword and Fairy.