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Mercenaries Wings: The False Phoenix Launches On Nintendo Switch, PS4 Version Arrives Later Next Month In Japan

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The strategy, RPG marvel Mercenaries Wings: The False Phoenix has been finally released on Nintendo Switch, RideonT2 confirms. A PS4 version of the game is also set for a release on October 10th, 2018 in Japan. According to RideonT2, the PS4 version will launch via the PlayStation Store.


In addition, it is now also confirmed that a western version of the game is currently in works. However, the developer hasn’t yet announced an exact release date for it. Hopefully the western fans will be treated to the game shortly after the PS4 release in Japan.

The publisher Circle Entertainment has also confirmed that they have plans to localize the Nintendo Switch version of Mercenaries Wings: The False Phoenix in the West. However, a PS4 western version of the game isn’t announced yet. It is highly likely that soon after the Nintendo Switch localized version for the west, the PS4 version will also be released.

According to the latest tweet from RideonT2, the game will in fact come to PS4 on Wednesday October 10th, 2018. Fans will have to wait a little bit more, but Nintendo Switch fans can now play the game.

Circle Entertainment previously announced the Nintendo Switch version as a standalone mercenaries game. The studio also said that the game will offer a different story to Saga Chronicles on Nintendo Switch. It was also revealed that Mercenaries Wings: The False Phoenix isn’t a direct sequel to the Mercenaries Saga Collection.

Some more details about the game are expected in the near future. Hopefully we’ll hear something about the Western PS4 version of the game. We’ll keep an eye out for further information regarding the game. As soon as we’ll hear anything new, we’ll let you know.

As the game is already out now on Nintendo Switch, fans can get it from the Nintendo eShop. It will set you back an amount of $10.65 and 1,200 JPY Yen.

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