Ys X: Nordics Announced for Nintendo Switch, Coming in 2023
We have some breaking news to share with action RPG fans. At Falcom’s annual shareholder meeting today, the company announced Ys X: Nordic coming to Nintendo Switch in Japan next year (thanks, Gematsu).
Ys X: Nordics will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the series. It takes place in the waters north of the Bay of Obelia, made up of numerous “big and small” islands, and stars young adventurer Adol Christin as the game’s protagonist. Here are some additional PRs:
After completing his adventure in the ancient Kingdom of Ys, young adventurer Adol Christin meets a maritime people known as “Normans” in this new land. Who are they? And who are the “Griegers”, the undead that attack humans…?
The combat system used until Ys IX: Monstrum Nox has been greatly improved! The new “Cross Action” system allows players to fight in two modes depending on the situation. In the speedy “Solo Mode”, the player controls a character with the help of auto attacks and assistance from their partner. In “Combined Mode”, the player can control a series of actions simultaneously so that both characters confront formidable enemies in close combat.
Besides, Ys X: Nordic allows you to take control of a ship for the first time in the series. Explore the vast oceans using sea maps as a guide and engage in naval battles against enemy ships in this new feature, which will add to the “adventure fun” that the suite has to offer. known story. Other new systems include the special ability “Mana Action”, which greatly expands the degree of freedom in fields and in dungeons.
Along with this announcement, Falcom also announced that they are working on an HD remake of Ys: The Oath in Felghana. It will have an official name Memoirs of Ys: The Oath of Felghana and launches on Switch next spring in Japan.
This final version (first released on PSP in 2010) will come with voiceovers for the main character and in-game event scenes, remastered graphics and sound, the ability to switch between game modes. visuals (classic and refined), multiple sound settings, high speed. mode and start friendly features.
The original Ys series came out in the late 80s with the first game and has since received several sequels. Latest entry in the series Ys IX: Monstrum Nox launched on Switch last July. Check out our reviews: