Back to early 2018, the fans are probably kinda disappointed with the fact that Legrand Legacy: Tale of The Fatebound released on for PC instead of Switch as informed before. And it took a year later for the game to be actually available in Switch.
Yes, it confirmed, Legrand Legacy: Tale of The Fatebound Switch version will be playable for Switch exactly on the same date of its PC release last year, January 24, 2018. It maybe some kind of anniversary.
There’s also switch launch trailer below which showing off gameplay featuring the Switch button prompts to perform an attack, its accuracy or strength determined by pressing the button while the arrow is within the marker during a quick time event.
You’ll be able to jump into Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebound’s hand-drawn world and taking part in turn-based combat while deciding who in the world you should trust. The title is described as a “love letter to our all-time favorite JRPG’s” and the video below certainly shows it.
You’ll take part in tactical battles as well as mini-games, side quests, and rebuilding your castle. You’ll also be capable of crafting and upgrading your weapons while setting your preferred combat formation and configuring your items and grimoires. Also traveling with you is an orchestral soundtrack that features music by composer Emi Evans.
Switch Launch Trailer
Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Faterounds is available for PC via Steam. And will be available for Nintendo Switch on January 24, 2019. It also will be released for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sometime on 2019.