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Destiny Connect

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Starting today, Destiny Connect makes its debut in the west following the original Japanese release. Watch a new launch trailer below.

Yesterday, NIS America showed off Destiny Connect during a live stream with the latest English gameplay. Watch the full recording below.

Destiny Connect has been on display at PAX West 2019 over the past few days. For a look at the latest English build, check out the video below.

NIS America held one of its latest live streams this week, and showed off a ton of footage from the English build of Destiny Connect. We have the full recording below.

NIS America has prepared a new “A Guide to Odd Times” trailer for Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers, its Switch RPG. We’ve included it below.

Destiny Connect launches for Switch on October 22 in North America and October 25 in Europe.

A new demo is now available for Destiny Connect on the Japanese eShop.

The demo allows for players to play up until the fourth chapter of the game. No save data will transfer over if the title is purchased, however.

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NIS America today announced the final release date for Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers. In North America, the RPG is planned for October 22. The European release will take place on October 25.

Here’s an overview of Destiny Connect:

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