NIS America Shows Off More Of Stranger Of Sword City Revisited

NIS America dropped a new trailer today showing off new features for the upcoming release of Stranger Of Sword City Revisited. The game is being released this year as part of a pack along with Saviors Of Sapphire Wings, and while the two games are being presented together, the promotion for them is very much being done on an individual basis. This particular trailer shows off a bonus adventure to the game, as well as some of the features for it that include three new classes, several additional battle elements, an expanded character creation system, and three new dungeons that have been added to the fray. These are just a sampling of the enhancements and extra features included within the "revisited" game. You can enjoy the trailer below as the games will be released on March 16th, 2021 for Nintendo Switch and PC.

Credit: NIS America
Credit: NIS America

Discover a tale of war, darkness, and the power of bonds, coming to the West for the first time! The world is plunged into ruin after Ol=Ohma, the Overlord of Darkness defeats the Knights of the Round, the last bastion of defense for mankind. 100 years later, a fallen hero returns to life and must lead a new generation of heroes to defeat Ol=Ohma's forces and restore light and hope to the world. Explore dungeons, use traps and combat prowess to defeat powerful monsters, and bond with your allies to unlock their true potential in this RPG gem. If you enjoyed your adventures in Saviors of Sapphire Wings, you can also dive into the world of Stranger of Sword City Revisited! Brimming with additional content such as expanded character creation options, in-game events, and new items and equipment, this enhanced version of the original dungeon-crawling hit is bundled with Saviors of Sapphire Wings as a bonus game!

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