Marvelous and XSEED Games will publish Touhou Project action RPG Touhou Shinsekai: Longing for an alternative world for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam. A teaser trailer was released to unveil the game’s worldwide title.
Touhou Shinsekai: Longing for an alternative world was previously known as Touhou Choushinsei in Japan. A release date for the upcoming action RPG was not announced, but fans around the world can expect an official release in English.
Here’s an overview of Touhou Shinsekai: Longing for an alternative world via Gematsu:
Deep in the mountains of Japan, there is a land called “Gensokyo” isolated from the world by barrier about 130 years ago.
Reimu and Mariasa were living a peaceful live there, but were blown outside the barrier by a strange phenomenon and wandered into an unfamiliar city.
There they met a girl named Touko, who possesses supernatural powers and yearns for Gensokyo.
Was this encounter by chance? Their everyday lives are about to change in a big way…
- Skill Panel – Use skills to accumulate experience and make them stronger. Whether you master a number of skills or just one is up to you.
- Blacksmith – You can repair equipment at Kogasa Tatara’s blacksmith shop. By repair your equipment, its performance will change randomly. Aim for the strongest option.
- Nitori’s Machine – You can strengthen your character by entering Nitori Kawashiro’s special strengthening capsule. Collect stones to strengthen your character as you like.
Lastly, check out the announcement trailer below:
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