Saviors of Sapphire Wings Bundle Coming to Switch

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Switch owning fans of dungeon crawler JRPGs might want to take note that NIS America is bringing two of their dungeon crawlers over to the Nintendo Switch in one package. Those games being Saviors of Sapphire Wings and Stranger of Sword City Revisited.

 

The two dungeon crawlers will be bundled together along with a lot of physical goodies that include a enamel pin, a two disc soundtrack an art book all in a nice collectors box. If you want you can head over to NIS America’s online store to pre-order your copy here.

There’s no release date for this bundle set in stone yet, but you can expect it to launch sometime in early 2021. Checkout the press release below for more information:


The battle of light and dark rages on in Saviors of Sapphire Wings! 100 years after mankind’s defeat at the hands of the Overlord of Darkness, a fallen hero returns to guide the current generation of knights to end the reign of terror once and for all. Recruit and bond with your allies, explore monster-filled dungeons, and use your might and cunning to challenge the creatures of darkness!

Also, dive into the world of Stranger of Sword City Revisited, which is bundled with Saviors of Sapphire Wings as a bonus game.

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