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Megaton Musashi Wired update 3.1.0

Level-5 has announced the first free update for Megaton Musashi: Wired, version 3.1.0

The update instantly unlocks the new legendary collaboration mech and special moves for UFO Robot Grendizer. Also planned is various new content including Rogues, weapons, missions, and other improvements. 

Players can look forward to the following:

Level-5 Vision 2024

November 29: Level-5 Vision 2024: To the World’s Children in April 2024, the company confirmed today. A specific date wasn’t provided but should be shared closer to the event.

Level-5 Vision 2024 will feature the company’s games releasing in 2024. Also, a brand new game will be announced. Other expected titles include Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time, Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road, Decapolice, and Megaton Musashi X. Although it’s a 2025 game, Professor Layton and the New World of Steam could show up as well.


Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road worldwide beta test

The worldwide beta test previously announced for Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road will be held next week, Level-5 has announced. Players can experience what the game has to offer starting on March 28, 2024.

The beta test will let you battle online or against the CPU as you train up your players. Additionally, a Spectator Mode is included to watch online matches. Up to 48 players will be available from the Inazuma All-Stars, National Champs, and Alius Masters.

Thanks to today’s Nintendo Direct, we have a final release date for Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time. The game launches on October 10, 2024.

Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time was announced for Switch exactly one year ago. It was initially planned for last year, but ended up receiving a delay.

Decapolice delayed

The latest on Decapolice was shared today during the Level-5 Vision 2023 II presentation with a delay announcement. According to president Akihiro Hino, the game’s launch has moved to 2024. It was originally announced for this year.

Hino explained that “this title possesses a vast open world of unprecedented size” and the team “decided to take a little more time.” He added: “We aim to build a dense and immersive world, filled with opportunities to play. Various incidents will occur in many different locations.”

Professor Layton New World of Steam 2025

Professor Layton and the New World of Steam just popped up during the Level-5 Vision 2023 II event with the news that the Switch game is launching in 2025.

Professor Layton and the New World of Steam was revealed for Switch during a Nintendo Direct earlier in the year. Not counting Layton’s Mystery Journey which focused on Katrielle, this will be the series’ first new entry in a decade. Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy previously came to 3DS in 2013 (2014 in North America).

Inazuma Eleven Victory Road beta test

Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road will be hosting a beta test in March 2024, Level-5 just announced. This comes as part of an update that was just shared during the Level-5 Vision 2023 II event.

The beta test will be held on Switch worldwide. Level-5 is holding the beta “to make final adjustments in preparation for the long service duration.” Players will be able to access online matches, single player, and a test of the story mode that will unlock gradually.

Fantasy Life i Summer 2024

During the Level-5 Vision 2023 event, news was shared about the launch timing for Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time.

Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time was originally planned for this year. However, it was announced that the game would be delayed to 2024 earlier this month. We were actually expecting a proper release date today, but it seems we’ll need to wait a bit longer on that front.

Megaton Musashi Wired release date

During the Level-5 Vision 2023 II event today, Megaton Musashi: Wired received a final release date. The game launches worldwide on April 25, 2024.

The origins of Megaton Musashi: Wired go as far back as 2016 when Level-5 first introduced the IP as is next cross-media franchise. While the original game did come to Switch at the end of 2011, that only happened in Japan. Megaton Musashi: Wired will now be receiving a worldwide release for the first time.

Original (11/9): It seems that Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time has apparently received something on a delay. The game is now slated release in 2024.

This news seems to be coming from an advertisement for the game featured on the back cover of a certain publication, as reported by Ryokutya2089. Publisher Level-5 has yet to release an official statement however.

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