RPG Maker MV Coming to PS4 and Switch

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(Edit: Added the actual link to where it can be pre-ordered, because I forgot it like a dummy.)


Have you ever played a JRPG and thought to yourself “Wow! That was rubbish. I could do better than this!” Well that could become a reality with RPG Maker MV now coming to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch though NIS America… because who needs that dumb keyboard anyway!

RPG Maker MV is currently the latest version of the long-running RPG Maker series that has existed since 1992. It was first released on PC back in 2015 and is now making it’s way to consoles. The series has largely been PC exclusive with only three other console versions existing, perhaps most notably the PlayStation 1 RPG Maker in 2000. Below you can watch a trailer for RPG Maker MV some of it’s features on display, including both a front-view battle system similar to Dragon Quest, as well as a side-view battle system more similar to Final Fantasy.



RPG Maker MV launches for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 September 8th for $49.99 USD. You can pre-order a physical copy here. You can even order a special edition for $59.99. It includes a creator’s log, soundtrack, and a collector’s box.

SOURCE: Press release

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