By Michael Fontanini / December 15th, 2017
NIS America has announced in a press release that Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory is coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2018. No specific time frame has yet been announced, though. It will allow players to enjoy both sagas (Sins of an Empire and Flames of Rebellion) on the Nintendo Switch. The game is rated PEGI 12 in Europe, and it doesn’t seem to have been rated in North America as of yet. The folks at NIS have already released a trailer for Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory, which you can see below (or view the UK version of the trailer here):
Fallen Legion has already been available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, but according to the official website, another version (known as Fallen Legion+) is coming to PC (via Steam) in January of 2018.
Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory follows the story of Laendur, a young man of Bywrnish decent. He has proven to be both a great warrior and leader. Through a number of successful military campaigns, he has never lost any battle that he himself led. As a result, the people around him in the military began to call him “Legendary Hero”. After hearing about this moniker, the Emperor of Fenumia promoted him to the rank of Legatus, and placed him under Princess Cecille’s leadership. This means he is now in command of the Fenumian army, second only to the Princess herself. Legatus Laendur wants to ultimately bring the Bywrn name back to glory. The fate of Fenumia now rests on his shoulders.
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