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ATLUS and Vanillaware Announce Tactical RPG “Unicorn Overlord” for PS5, PS4, Switch, and Xbox Series

Publisher ATLUS and developer Vanillaware have revealed their latest project, a tactical RPG titled “Unicorn Overlord.” The game is set to launch on March 8, 2024, and will be available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox Series.

In Japan, Unicorn Overlord will have different editions and pricing options. The standard physical or digital edition will cost 8,778 yen, while the physical Monarch Edition will be priced at 17,578 yen. The digital Monarch Edition will cost 13,178 yen. The physical Monarch Edition includes a special box, a 16-bit arrange music album, a 132-page art book, an original card game, and a copy of the game. The digital Monarch Edition includes a 16-bit arrange music album download code, a digital art book download code, and a copy of the game.

Unicorn Overlord is described as a tactical fantasy RPG and aims to combine the traditional tactical RPG genre with overworld exploration and an innovative battle system. Players will embark on a royal adventure to reclaim their kingdom and fulfill their destiny alongside a cast of trustworthy allies.

The game will feature a vibrant and animated world, where players can assemble and lead units into battle. With over 60 unique characters to recruit, ranging from humans and elves to massive beasts and heavenly angels, players will have countless strategies to choose from.

Fans can watch the announcement trailer released by ATLUS and Vanillaware, which showcases the game's stunning visuals and gameplay mechanics. The official website is also available for more information.

Unicorn Overlord marks the collaboration between ATLUS and Vanillaware, known for their previous titles such as “13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim” and “Odin Sphere.” With its unique blend of tactical RPG elements and immersive storytelling, Unicorn Overlord promises to deliver an unforgettable epic fantasy experience in the renowned Vanillaware style.

Sources:
– ATLUS: [link to source article] – Vanillaware: [link to source article]