Tactics Ogre: Reborn returns to show itself with the so-called final trailerwhich for Square Enix represents a bit the definitive presentation of story and gameplay for the game in question before its market launch, now upon us, set for November 11 on PC, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch.
The video therefore shows various characteristics of Tactics Ogre: Reborn, a game that represents the return to modern screens of one of the greatest Japanese strategy games in the history of video games, presented in a rather faithful way to the original and its subsequent reworkings.
Among the main features of Tactics Ogre: Reborn is one storytelling enveloping, which however allows a certain degree of interaction on the part of the player: based on the choices made, the story can take different paths with different endings, which obviously allows you to try the title several times to see different situations and outcomes.
The fight fully resumes the historical tradition of the turn-based strategy of Japanese matrix: on battlefields represented in 3D and characterized by reliefs and other elements of the scenario, we find ourselves having to arrange our group of fighters trying to make the most of their characteristics and also the various possibilities offered by the conformation of the terrain.
The system of class management present in the 2010 version of Tactics Ogre has been revised and now includes a leveling system for each unit, allowing new and enormous possibilities of combination of elements between classes, equipment, skills and magic.
In terms of gameplay, we have also increased the pace of the game and introduced an autosave that makes entering the game more dynamic, as well as a general overhaul of the user interface for better viewing on modern high-definition screens, allowing improved readability of lettering and contour elements.
The cutscenes are fully dubbed in English and Japanese, while the music has been re-recorded with live performances for better audio effect, as well as a dramatic dramatization of events by using actors to voice the characters. Also introduced some endgame elements with the 100 level Palace of the Dead, which is a challenge for anyone who has finished the game.
To find out more about the game in question, we refer you to the tried and tested Tactics Ogre: Reborn, published just last week, in which we report excellent impressions for this interesting revival.