The Snack World: Trejarers delayed to August 10 for 3DS in Japan, 2018 for smartphones

New trailer and set of TV spots.

The Snack World: Trejarers

Level-5 has delayed the 3DS version of The Snack World: Trejarers from its previously planned release date of July 13 in Japan to August 10. It will cost 4,800 yen (5,184 yen with tax).

According to Level-5, the release date was changed in order to enhance the quality of the game and allow everyone to play with peace of mind.

The smartphone version of The Snack World was also quietly delayed from its previously planned December 2017 release date in Japan to a general 2018 release window.

Level-5 also released a new trailer and set of TV spots featuring the new date.

The trailer highlights the game’s traditional fantasy, yet modern-style setting. Players will create a custom character and become Trejarers, and come across characters like Chup and his group on their adventure. Players will go on quests, take on dungeons full of various mechanics, and battle surreal and unique monsters with various weak points in “Jara Battles” where you fight by switching weapons. You’ll get casino-esque rewards while fighting, and formidable bosses await in the dungeon’s depths. Up to four players can fight cooperatively in local and online multiplayer.

Watch the videos below.

Trailer

TV Spots

Who’s that guy!?

Fight Using All Sorts of Jara!

Secrets of the Dungeon!

Which Jara is most effective!?

Chup isn’t the protagonist?

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