Fairy Tail RPG Story Trailer Revealed Alongside OST Preview and Screenshots

Fairy Tail RPG Story Trailer Revealed Alongside OST Preview and Screenshots

Koei Tecmo and Gust shared a new trailer and an OST preview for the RPG adaptation of Fairy Tail coming to Switch, PS4 and PC.

Koei Tecmo and Gust published a brand new trailer and an OST preview for Fairy Tail RPG revealing new story cutscenes and battles. Screenshots were published as well. The trailer and screenshots feature Gildarts Clive, Hades, the Tartaros arc, the Eclipse arc, and Erza’s bonus Miss Fairy Tail costume found in first print copies.

Gust games are reputed for their music. Gust’s many games, including its flagship series, the Atelier Series, always get OST preview trailers before release, so it’s nice Fairy Tail got one as well.

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This week’s Famitsu magazine also included a short interview with Fairy Tail Producer Keisuke Kikuchi, who explained how the game is getting improved over its delay from March to June. The graphics were upgraded, the characters’ facial expressions were improved, and the game will have original Unison Raid magic attacks not found in the manga, among other things.

The Fairy Tail RPG latest story trailer, the OST preview, and the screenshots are all included below.

As a reminder, the game only got a Digital Deluxe Limited Edition announced in the west. Meanwhile, in Japan, besides the same Digital Limited Edtion, there’s a physical Limited Edition called the Guild Box, and a special physical limited edition only sold on Gust’s online shop, both with stuff we’re not getting. You can read about it here.

As a side note, Fairy Tail‘s mangaka, Hiro Mashima, recently shared his thoughts on Sega’s PS4 exclusive Yakuza: Like a Dragon, calling it a masterpiece.

Fairy Tail will launch on June 25 on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. You can pre-order the game on Amazon to support us.

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