Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising and Hundred Heroes will be out in 2023; launch on Xbox Game Pass

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Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising and Hundred Heroes will be out in 2023;  launch on Xbox Game Pass

505 Games and Rabbit & Bear Studios have confirmed that Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Y Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising coming out on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One next year 2023. The information, confirmed during the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase conference of E3 2021, also anticipates that the two titles, spiritual successors of Suikoden, will be available from day one on Xbox Game Pass.

We are facing two classic JRPGs, but different. On the one hand, a very classic JRPG, in the style of the eighties and nineties, with an artistic style that is well reminiscent of Octopath Traveler; on the other, a town-building action RPG located in the same world, only with different gameplay. You can see the trailer at the beginning of the news. The Kickstarter campaign had $ 4.5 million raised.

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Xbox will publish at least one first party game every three months

“With more than 23 studios around the world creating Xbox games, our goal is to release at least one new game. first party in Game Pass every quarter “, said Microsoft in the last dates. With that commitment, Xbox console players will be able to enjoy at least four titles from their internal studies a year, something that has not happened so far. Studios such as 343 Industries, The Coalition, Turn 10, Playground Games, The Initiative, Rare or all Bethesda teams, such as Machine Games and Arkane Studios, will be fundamental in the company’s strategy.

Those of Redmond want us to also have access to their video games anywhere. In the future — we won’t have to wait long, they said — we will have Xbox Cloud Gaming on Smart TVs and browsers. On the other hand, those of Phil Spencer have teamed up with Summer Game Fest so that we can try it totally free from June 15 to 21, no less than 40 independent titles that will arrive in the future. The initiative is called ID @ Xbox Summer Game Fest Demo and highlights names like Sable, Lake, The Riftbreaker, Echo Generation and Tunic.

We cannot forget that E3 2021 still leaves us with several important appointments. After Ubisoft Forward, Summer Game Fest, Square Enix Presents and this Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, the time has come for companies like Capcom, Bandai Namco and Nintendo. The Nintendo Direct (Tuesday 15 at 6:00 p.m., Spanish peninsular time) will last 40 minutes and will mainly present games that will be released on Nintendo Switch in 2021 and beyond.

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