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    Ace Attorney 123 HD to be discontinued on June 9th in Japan, will be replaced by Ace Attorney Trilogy

    Capcom announced that Ace Attorney 123 HD for iOS and Android will be discontinued on June 9th in Japan. In addition, this means DLC support for the mobile title will cease. Ace Attorney Trilogy is being ported over to iOS and Android, serving as a replacement for the old collection. Ace Attorney Trilogy features quality of life improvements such as an upgraded UI. Players in Japan may still redownload 123 HD and the DLC if they wish, but it could become incompatible with future versions of iOS and Android. Instead, players may upgrade to Ace Attorney Trilogy for free when it releases. Save data transfers from 123 HD are not supported. Lastly, the full Q&A section is here.

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