Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy launches for PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on February 21, 2019 in Japan, PC in spring 2019

Ace Attorney's high-definition console debut dated.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch on February 21, 2019 in Japan, and for PC via Steam in spring 2019, Capcom announced.

While a western release date was not announced outside of its previously confirmed “early 2019” release window, the official Ace Attorney Twitter account teased, “We’ll have new information to share on the western release date of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC soon. Stay tuned!”

In Japan, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be available physically and digitally for PlayStation 4 and Switch, and digitally for Xbox One and PC. The following editions will also be available:

Physical Standard Edition (3,300 yen)

  • A copy of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for PlayStation 4 or Switch

Digital Standard Edition (3,056 yen on PS4, Switch, and PC, 3,080 yen on Xbox One)

  • A copy of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, or PC

Collector’s Edition (4,500 yen)

  • A copy of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for PlayStation 4 or Switch
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Memorial Selection” soundtrack CD (24 tracks)
  • e-Capcom-exclusive purchase bonus: Steel Samurai card

Complete Edition (9,800 yen)

  • A copy of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for PlayStation 4 or Switch
  • Ace Attorney Memorial Selection” soundtrack CD (24 tracks)
  • Drama CD “The Saiban Show” special courtroom DVD
  • Mini canvas art
  • Acrylic Blue Badger construction kit
  • e-Capcom-exclusive purchase bonus: Steel Samurai card (set of three)

View a set of package artworks at the gallery

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