Tales Series News Coming Soon, According to EU Twitter

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

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Namco Bandai UK’s official European twitter account for the Tales series (@TalesofU), has announced that there will be some Tales related news coming soon.

TalesofU tweet Tales seriesAs you can see, they give a time frame of two weeks for this news to hit.

Of course, this all leaves to speculation of what the news could possibly be. Given how they have their whole Twitter page decked out in a Tales of Xillia theme, perhaps a European release date reveal is imminent. On the other hand, Tales of Graces f was released on the PlayStation Network today in North America, so it could also be related to that. It’s also possible that there will be another localisation announced, but that possibility seems to be the most unlikely of all.

Regardless, two weeks isn’t that long to wait, so we should know soon enough.

Tales of Xillia is currently set for a summer 2013 release in North America, though no specific date has been announced (unless GameStop’s computers are to be believed). It will be available exclusively on the PlayStation 3.

What do you think they’re teasing? Discuss in the comments.


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