Well wouldn’t you know it? Capcom have gone and announced a sequel to their 3DS franchise mash-up, Project X Zone.

Due to release in western territories this fall, Project X Zone 2 will widen its roster of crossover folks with new additions such as Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima from the Yakuza games in addition to bringing in folks from the Devil May Cry and Virtua Fighter franchises to name just a few.

Excited? Why not take a gander at the press release and announcement trailer for Project X Zone 2 underneath these lovely words eh?

PRESS RELEASE – PROJECT X ZONE 2 announced for North America, Europe, Middle-East and Australasia!

Greetings, earthlings, Today I would like to share with you some details on a new title, that the brilliant team over at Virtual Toys are currently putting the finishing touches to.

Bandai Namco Entertainment, Capcom and SEGA are back for some more with Project X Zone 2 for the Nintendo 3DS system! The second episode of this ultimate cross-over tactical RPG, created by Monolith Software, will hit digital & physical shelves in the above-mentioned regions on Fall 2015!

With more than 400 000 units, the first episode of this Tactical-RPG series surprised not only fans but also press thanks to its massive line-up, stirring gameplay and unique humour! Among the famed returning licenses, Project X Zone 2 will feature Tekken, Tales of Vespiria, God Eater or .hack// series (Bandai Namco Entertainment), Devil May Cry, Megaman X and Resident Evil series (Capcom), Sakura Wars, Yakuza: Dead Souls and Virtua Fighter (SEGA).

“Working hand-in-hand with renowned publishers such as SEGA and Capcom is a blessing. Exchanging ideas and working towards making fans happy is the ultimate goal behind this cross-over. With dozens of famous characters and licenses, unique humour traits and highly tactical gameplay; Project X Zone 2 presents itself as a serious contender to be a critically appreciated Tactical RPG!” said Herve Hoerdt, Vice President of IP Strategy, Marketing & PR at Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe.

The successful recipe of this game will be heightened with the addition of several characters, in-game features (More information to come over the next few months!) and new languages for subtitles: French, Italian, German and Spanish!

Source: Capcom

Tagged in: 3DS, News, Nintendo

Article Discussion

Leave a Reply