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Tactics Ogre: Reborn Screenshots, Release Date Possibly Leaked


Square Enix’s remaster of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together may have a release date. A listing on PlayStation Store price tracker site lists the Tactics Ogre: Reborn release date November 11, 2022. The listing also included a detailed description of the remastered title’s features, and a few screenshots. Previous leaks showed off some new key artwork and a possible cover shot, but no release window, screenshots, or description.

According to the description on, Tactics Ogre: Reborn is destined for PS4 and PS5. It is based on the 2010 PSP-based Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together. It’s worth reiterating that at the moment none of this information is confirmed.

In addition to a release date, the Tactics Ogre: Reborn description touts a “completely revamped AI”, and a change of the level management system from being “class-wide” to “unit-by-unit”. It also highlights playability improvements like a quicker battle speed, auto-saving, and an overhaul to controls and UI. Character art and backgrounds have been recreated in HD.

Check out some of the leaked screenshots in the gallery.

Production-wise, cutscenes will be fully voiced in English and Japanese. The music of Tactics Ogre: Reborn has also been rerecorded with live performances.

Lastly, the description suggests a physical release of Tactics Ogre: Reborn is in the cards. Owners of the PS4 edition of the game can avail of the PS5 digital edition for free, though they’ll need to insert the disc to use the PS5 digital edition.

Tactics Ogre: Reborn may be in development, but has not yet officially been announced. If the leaks above are correct, it will arrive on PS4 and PS5 by November 11, 2022. Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together is available on PSP, and playable on PS Vita and PS TV.

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