Square Enix’s Mysterious New Game Antique Carnevale Reveals May With New Trailer

Another female character has been revealed for Square Enix's mysterious new RPG Antique Carnevale.

on July 11, 2017 10:17 PM

Square Enix has been teasing its mysterious new game Antique Carnevale for about a week, and today they come up with a new trailer.

The trailer features another new character, named May. She is the incarnation of the summoned beast Sylphide, and she leads the wind people as a summoner, protecting the forest region of Silfania. She appears like a girl from fairy tales, and she seems to be very gentle and thoughtful. She is pained by the current situation causing the wind to stagnate due to pollution by the Avalong Company.

May is voiced by Yui Ogura, whom you may know for lending her voice to Lilia from Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, Excella from Summon Night 5, Am from Summon Night 6, and Yunoha from Aquarion Evol.

The next (and last) main character is going to be announced on July 14th, and more information about the game are going to be revealed on the 18th.

You can check out the trailer below, and in case you missed them, you can watch the one introducing Bernhardthe clip revealing Elena, and the video announcing Thomas.

Antique Carnevale seems to be a JRPG with board or strategy game elements, but nothing else is known. For the moment there is no information on platform or release window.

And yes, if I was a betting man, this looks like a mobile game in basically every pixel, but a man can still hope to be surprised.

 /  Executive News Editor
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