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New Fairy Tail Gameplay Trailer Reveals a Tour of Magnolia

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New Fairy Tail Gameplay Trailer Reveals a Tour of Magnolia

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and Koei Tecmo released a brand new gameplay trailer of the upcoming Fairy Tail JRPG.

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and Koei Tecmo released a brand new gameplay trailer of the upcoming Fairy Tail JRPG.

The video showcases a tour of Magnolia, which is one of the most iconic cities from the popular anime.

You can check it out below.

We also get a comment from the developers included in the description of the video, talking about how the city was created for the game. 

“Behind the scenes, we worked for six months to create every brick, bridge, and building you’ll be able to explore in the game.

We looked at any and all reference material we could find on the town in order to lay it out as accurately as possible.

We read the comics, we extracted scenes from the anime, consulted the anime setting materials, and we were even able to find reference data from older illustrations to help us along the way.

From there, we laid everything out in 3D, then went back to Mashima-san, and he was able to give us further advice to help sculpt the final setting. In the end, we created a final design which works for an RPG, while at the same time integrating functionality and the appropriate visuals – including all of the symbolic buildings and landmarks you’re looking for – in a dynamic way that truly pops off-screen.

After months and months of hard work, we were eventually able to flip the image we had in our minds into the breathtaking and immersive town you’ll now be able to experience in our unique RPG.”

If you want to learn more you should read our interview with producer Keisuke Kikuchi and watch the extensive gameplay video we recorded at a preview event in London.

You can also see more gameplay from a Japanese livestream, the latest promotion video, the previous traileranother recent railerscreenshots showing plenty of playable characters, and a TV commercial.

You can then enjoy the original announcement trailergameplay footage from Tokyo Game Show, another gallery of screenshots, the previous  batch introducing Juvia and Gajeel, and the latest focusing on Mirajane, Laxus, and Jellal.

Fairy Tail will be released in Europe on March 19, 2020 and in North America on March 20, for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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