According to a leak on the PlayStation Store price tracking website, it seems that Tactics Ogre: Reborn will release on November 11 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Some screenshots of the game have also appeared in the listing. Check out all the details below.
Tactics Ogre: Reborn Release Date & Screenshots Leaked
Tactics Ogre: Reborn looks to be increasingly accurate, with a new leak revealing more information about the game, including its November 11 release date. The remake is going to release on PlayStation 4 and PS5 and so far there is no confirmation of its release for other platforms.
Tactics Ogre: Reborn is a remastered version of the 2010 title for PSP, which was leaked again, this time through the PlayStation Deals website, which is dedicated to scouring the PlayStation Store database.
As per the leak, the title looks set to be out this year and a Square Enix reveal is not far off. Square Enix has yet to announce the new release of Tactics Ogre itself, although the game also leaked earlier in June. For now, we know for sure that the game will come to PS4 and PS5. There is also the possibility that the title will also launch on other platforms, but it has been leaked twice so far via a PlayStation-related source.
The page of Tactics Ogre: Reborn on PS Deals can be found here for the PlayStation 5 version. Some screenshots of the title can be also seen on the same webpage. On the same website, you can read some of the key new features of the remaster, which include new visuals and sound, an improved game design with new artificial intelligence and a level system that varies from unit to unit, and quality of life improvements such as faster battles and auto-save, for example.
In addition, cutscenes will be voiced in English and Japanese for a modern touch. For now, the information only points to a release on PS4 and PS5, although Tactics Ogre: Reborn is not an exclusive title for Sony’s console, given the recent releases of Square Enix. There is a reasonable possibility that the remake will also be released for Nintendo Switch and PC.