Ys X: Nordics Worldwide Release Date Falls in October
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Ys X: Nordics Worldwide Release Date Falls in October

At Anime Expo 2024, NIS America announced the worldwide release date for Ys X: Nordics. People will be able to play it on the PS4, PS5, Switch, and PC on October 25, 2024, and a $104.99 Limited Edition will be available through the NIS America storefront.

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First, here’s the new Ys X: Nordics release date trailer, which also includes new footage. It begins with Adol Christin and Karja Balta fighting alongside each other. From there, we get to hear a sample of the English voice acting for the two of them. After that, we get to see what it’s like to explore on a ship and get in fights with others while exploring the seas. The new Mana powers are highlighted after that, to show how it helps with exploration. Then we see how the Cross Action system allows Solo and Duo Mode fighting. 

Note that while the English voice acting is shown there, Japanese will also be available as an option in the game. Also, while the console versions only have English or French subtitles, the PC version will feature both of those options and Japanese.

As for the Limited Edition, here’s how that looks. In addition to the game, you get a hardcover art book, a mini soundtrack CD, a pin, art cards, and a sling bag.

The Ys X: Nordics release date is October 25, 2024. It will come to the PS4, PS5, Switch, and PC. It is already available in Japan on consoles. The Japanese, Korean, and Standard and Traditional Chinese version is also on PCs on Steam now.

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