Neo Atlas 1469 Physical Copies Coming to Switch

Friday, February 22nd, 2019

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oprainfall Neo Atlas 1469 Switch

 

NIS America announced in a press release today that Neo Atlas 1469 physical copies are coming to the Nintendo Switch hybrid console. They also released a brand new trailer to celebrate the upcoming launch this spring. Physical copies will be available in North America on April 9th. According to the official website, they will also be available on April 12th in EU, and April 19th in ANZ.

The game is set during the Age of Exploration, and the new trailer gives you some helpful tips before you head out into the world to uncover its mysteries and treasures for yourself. You’ll need to select your admirals and setup your fleet, before setting a course for adventure. Here is the new Neo Atlas 1469 trailer, so check it out:

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