First look at Langrisser I & II remakes

First few screenshots in Weekly Famitsu.

Langrisser I & II

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu is now available, which provides a look at the newly announced Langrisser I & II remake package for PlayStation 4 and Switch.

Here are the details:

“Full Remakes,” from Graphics to Systems

While visual elements like character design and the user interface are of course being redone, the system side is also being optimized to suit the modern era. One point is making it easier to play for tactical RPG novices. New elements not included in the original are also being added.

  • The map screen is being beautifully remade, making its topography, units, and so on easier to see.
  • Character graphics have been completely remade to be more sophisticated. In battle, there may also be cut-ins that occur.
  • Development is 50 percent complete.

Langrisser I Characters

  • Ledin – The prince of Baldea, which guards Langrisser. After the Dalsis Empire attacks on the kingdom, Ledin manages to escape, beginning his journey to recover Langrisser.
  • Chris – A traveling cleric pursuing her craft. Ledin saves her when she falls into danger during her travels, and from there she offers her support as an ally.

Langrisser II Characters

  • Erwin – A young man on a journey to avenge his father, who was murdered by a demonic being. After he rescues Liana during his travels, he gets wrapped up in her struggle.
  • Liana – A girl who lives at the shrine in Salrath as its maiden. For certain reasons, she is being chased by the Imperial army when she is saved by Erwin.

Staff

  • Maker: Kadokawa Games
  • Planning and Production: Chara-Ani Corporation
  • Supervision: Extreme
  • Character Design: Ryo Nagi
  • Composer: Noriyuki Iwadare

A release date for Langrisser I & II has yet to be announced. A formal announcement event will take place on August 29.

Thansk, Nintendo Everything.

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