More details about NISA’s Grand Kingdom Western release!

The awesome guys at NIS America have more news on their upcoming RPG release “Grand Kingdom”, developed by industry veteran’s Tomohiko Deguchi’s “Monochrome Corp.”.

Find all the new juicy stuff below:

NIS America is happy to announce that Grand Kingdom will be available in North America on June 21 and Europe on June 17 for the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®Vita as both a physical and digital release. A limited edition and launch edition of the PS4 version will bring the ultimate game experience to players and will be available at retail. This is the debut title from Tomohiko Deguchi’s development studio, Monochrome Corp.

About the game: As the leader of a mercenary squad, players will assemble a team to lead across a battlescarred continent to complete contracts for each nation. Players may also hop online to form an exclusive contract with one of the Four Great Nations, and participate in war with other players for the future of Resonail.

Key features:

  • An Epic Story — Uncover the mystery behind the fall of the Uldein Empire by traversing through the mercenary’s storyline, and exploring each of four unique faction stories for over 40+ hours of story-driven playtime.
  • Deep Tactical Gameplay — Develop the ultimate mercenary troop from 12 unique classes, and command the battle in an elegant mix of unit placement and real-time controls.
  • Online Connection — Compete in a war of thousands of players online as you battle to help your chosen faction prevail, earn the spoils of war, and affect the fate of all the forces in Resonail.

 

 

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