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Front Mission 1st: Remake Exits the Hangar on November 30th

Artwork for Front Mission 1st: Remake.

Prepare your Wanzer! The remake of the classic mecha strategy RPG Front Mission 1st: Remake launches for the Nintendo Switch digitally on November 30th. Developer MegaPixel and publisher Forever Entertainment announced the game will cost $34.99 USD / €34.99 EUR with a 10 percent off discount for pre-orders starting on November 16th.

Check out the Wanzers in a fresh coat of paint in the new trailer below:

About Front Mission 1st: Remake:

FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake comes back with updated graphics and modern approach! Choose your side and enter the battlefield equipped with the armed Wanzer—the future of Huffman Island is in your hands.

The game features new game mode and tweaks to the gameplay and mechanics.

The legendary soundtrack fully reorchestrated.

Original soundtrack available.

In the year 2090, the world’s conflicts are fought using giant war machines called Wanzers. Huffman Island, the only place where the Oceania Cooperative Union (O.C.U.) and the Unified Continental States (U.C.S.) share a land border is a hotbed of conflict.

With dozens of characters to meet, its mature story, and non-Manichean protagonists, Front Mission is the classic tactical Japanese RPG, finally available worldwide.

While we may be getting the first game’s remake soon, we’ve already been promised Front Mission 2: Remake and Front Mission 3: Remake for next year and beyond! Stay tuned to RPGFan for more RPGs with giant robots!

Source: Gematsu

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Tyler Trosper

Tyler Trosper

Tyler Trosper is a news writer for RPGFan. He has an unhealthy obsession with the Xeno franchise, especially Xenosaga. He runs a podcast about the series in his free time and sometimes works on fan projects. Tyler would die happy if Xenosaga Episode IV was announced. Besides Xeno, Tyler enjoys watching anime, his favorite being Neon Genesis Evangelion.

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