Tokyo Xanadu eX+ on Switch delayed to July in the west

Tokyo Xanadu eX+

Publisher Aksys Games and developer Falcom have announced a delay for the Switch port of Tokyo Xanadu eX+.

The new Switch port, which brings with it a new localization, is now launching in the west on July 25th. A physical edition is available to preorder over on the Aksys Games site.

Tokyo Xanadu eX+ was originally launched for PS4 in Japan back in 2016 and came west a year later on PC (via Steam) and PS4.

Here’s a rundown on the new port, plus a new trailer:

In addition to the new scenarios and gameplay not included in the original PlayStation®Vita version, this updated edition of Tokyo Xanadu includes all additional content for the game and a revamped localization of the story. A 4-CD set featuring all 88 songs from the Tokyo Xanadu eX+ soundtrack is available exclusively on the Aksys Online Store.

10 years ago, a colossal earthquake devastated Tokyo and changed the lives of its inhabitants forever. The city has since been rebuilt and life has slowly returned to a semblance of normalcy. However, behind the veil of this newly rebuilt metropolis lies another world, one with a sinister secret. The earthquake that originally destroyed Tokyo was actually caused by the emergence of a mysterious and lethal shadow world known as Eclipse. Now, action must be taken to thwart the legions of Eclipse and ensure the protection of peace!

Features of the Switch version of Tokyo Xanadu eX+ include:

  • New Scenarios! Enjoy unique tales of the wielders that weren’t depicted in the main story. Once you’ve completed the game, get access to an all-new quest and carry on the adventure!
  • New Playable Characters, New Monsters, Dungeons and Bosses! Play as the mysterious knight, White Shroud. Brandish unrivaled strength and the powers of light to take down vile monsters and vicious bosses! Plus, new dungeons filled with fierce new monster types and giant bosses to battle!
  • New Boss Battle Mode! Revisit battles with various bosses that appear in the main story. The time you spend on each battle is recorded; how fast can you defeat each boss? This mode also features Boss Rush, where you can battle bosses one after the other.
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