Wizardry VA Release Date

Wizardry VA to Release for Mobile Devices in 2022

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Drecom Co. has revealed a new trailer for Wizardry VA, an upcoming mobile entry to the Wizardy series. With it came a future window of release. This new trailer features new footage of the dungeon crawling elements the mobile game will have to offer. Additionally, players will be traveling through more than one environment. Wizardry VA will release sometime in 2022 to Android and iOS devices. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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As mentioned previously, this new trailer provides a better look at what the mobile game will have to offer in terms of scenery. Naturally, players have to progress through a dungeon, though the trailer also shows a snowy region, albeit briefly. In a previous trailer, which teased some scenes between player controlled characters, we see more of this action in full. Viewers can see an elf interacting with the party in some way, and even see a potential player character attacking a skeleton. You can watch the new Wizardry VA trailer below.

Drecom Co. purchased the rights for the Wizardry IP in October 2020 for both domestic and foreign markets. The company announced plans to create an entirely new Wizardry game, which appeared as the now upcoming mobile game Wizardry VA.

Wizardry VA is currently in development for Android and iOS devices and is scheduled to release in 2022.

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