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Age classification suggests detection soon

Age classification suggests detection soon

Although the official announcement of the strategic role-playing game is still a long way off, the reveal of “Tactics Ogre: Reborn” may be imminent. This is indicated, among other things, by the current age classification in Australia.

Even if the official announcement is still a long time coming, it is now certain that Japanese publisher Square Enix is ​​working on a technically revised rework of the role-playing strategy game “Tactics Ogre”.

The new version is called “Tactics Ogre: Reborn” and appeared a few days ago with the first pictures and details on the PlayStation Store. In addition, the Australian Classification Board gave the converter an age rating. In the past, the official announcement of the title often came soon after the age classification in Australia.

So it is conceivable that “Ghoul Tactics: Reborn” would be similar.

Will it be released in November?

As the entry in the PlayStation Store mentioned above was revealed a few days ago, “Tactics Ogre: Reborn” will be released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The PlayStation Store has announced the release date of November 11, 2022. As the name suggests, this is a completely overhauled version of The classic Tactics Ogre strategy role-playing game, with various improvements based on the 2010 PlayStation Portable remake.

This includes overhauled graphics, newly recorded sound, improved artificial intelligence and a new level system that will enable you to improve your characters in a targeted way and prepare them for the challenges ahead. According to the description on the PlayStation Store, the user interface and combat system itself have also been revised and adapted to existing systems.

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If Square Enix officially announces or introduces “Tactics Ogre: Reborn,” you’ll of course know from us right away.

source: Australian Classification Council

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