Langrisser I & II – Demo Announcement

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NIS America has just announced that a demo will be coming out for Langrisser I & II. This demo will be available through the eShop and the PlayStation Store on February 20th and it will let you try out both the classic and remastered art styles. Also, it’ll cover the first three chapters of Langrisser I in addition to, chapters 4 through 6 of Langrisser II. Having save data from the demo will give you an extra 5000 gold and 2 CP when you play the main game. Plus, four sets of BGM from old 90’s Langrisser titles will be available when the full game is out, as part of a Legacy BGM Pack.

Oh and one more thing, NIS America is running a contest called Trial of Morality. If you sign up, you’ll be placed into one of three factions and get to answer questions every week for the chance to win prizes.

And don’t forget, Langrisser I & II will be coming out this upcoming March 10th 2020 for North America, March 13th for Europe, and in Australia and New Zealand, it will be out on March 20th. It’ll be available on Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Steam. For more information about this remastered collection, check out the official website.

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