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Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Switch

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is coming to Switch, Rabbit & Bear Studios has been confirmed.

There’s been some uncertainty as to which Nintendo platform we’d be seeing the RPG on. Rabbit & Bear Studios has previously talked about the possibility of putting the game on Switch or its successor.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising release date

Publisher 505 Games, Rabbit & Bear Studios, and developer Natsume Atari today unveiled a final release date for Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising, the fast-paced 2.5D action RPG with town-upgrading elements. The title, which serves as a companion prequel game to the upcoming Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, launches for Switch on May 10, 2022.

Learn more about Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising with the following overview:

Eiyuden Chronicle

Following the reemergence of Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, developer Rabbit & Bear Studios took to Kickstarter and published a Q&A to address some possible fan concerns.

One notable topic concerns platforms. There has been talk about possibly bringing Eiyuden Chronicle to Switch, but it looks like that might be out the window now. Rabbit & Bear Studios says that the game is planned for Nintendo’s next-gen hardware. It’s unclear if the situation would change if something such as a Switch upgrade were to be introduced.

The Q&A also touches on the delay from 2022 to 2023. Aside from having to create a large amount of content, it also sounds like the team has been impacted by the coronavirus.

Here’s the full Q&A:

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes

505 Games and Rabbit & Bear Studios have released the first trailer for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes. It confirms that rather than launching in 2022, the project has been bumped back to 2023.

Watch today’s video below.

Eiyuden Chronicle

Eiyuden Chronicle, Rabbit & Bear Studios’ spiritual successor to Suikoden, was a rousing success on Kickstarter. Fans backed the project with a total of $4.57 million – significantly more than the original $500,000 target.

Thanks to the Kickstarter success, many stretch goals were reached as well. These include new modes, mini-games, additional gameplay systems, and even an additional character. For one of the final stretch goals, a companion game has also been secured, which will be made by NatsumeAtari.

Here’s what to expect:

Eiyuden Chronicle

Rabbit & Bear Studios has offered up a new look at a bit of gameplay from Eiyuden Chronicle by showing off a “United Hero Attack”. Check out the video below.

Eiyuden Chronicle is targeting release in 2022. Rabbit & Bear Studios hopes to put it out on a successor to the Switch, but will release it on the current console if there is no other option.

Eiyuden Chronicle

Eiyuden Chronicle has achieved massive success on Kickstarter after the campaign went live earlier today. In just a few hours, the project already exceeded $1 million. In addition to the main funding goal, the console stretch goal has been met as well.

Based on what we’ve heard from Rabbit & Bear Studios, we should be seeing Eiyuden Chronicle on some sort of Nintendo console. Whether it’s Switch or something else, however, remains to be seen. A new Nintendo console is clearly the team’s goal, but it sounds like they’re willing to put in the work for a Switch version as well.

Here’s the official statement from Rabbit & Bear Studios for those that missed it earlier today:

Eiyuden Chronicle

Eiyuden Chronicle, the new RPG from the creators of Suikoden and the just-established Rabbit & Bear Studios, has just launched its Kickstarter campaign.

The main funding goal sits at about $500,000. A console stretch goal awaits at $1 million, which includes support for Nintendo platforms.

Regarding a release on Switch or Nintendo’s successor to the console, Rabbit & Bear Studios states:

Eiyuden Chronicle

A couple of days ago, Rabbit & Bear Studios announced Eiyuden Chronicle. It’s one to keep an eye out on as the project is being developed by some notable developers, including the creator of Suikoden.

Ahead of the Kickstarter campaign’s launch next week, we caught up with director Yoshitaka Murayama to learn more about the Tokyo-based studio, how the game came to be, the art style, the team’s desire to make a unique RPG, and other topics. If you’re interested in learning more about Eiyuden Chronicle be sure to read up on our interview below.

Eiyuden Chronicle

Eiyuden Chronicle will be launching on Kickstarter next week. The game comes from Rabbit & Bear Studios, which includes staff members behind Suikoden and more. For those curious about what the plan is as far as supporting Nintendo is concerned, we received clarification straight from the developer.

The initial goal for Eiyuden Chronicle will be for PC. However, a console stretch goal will be visible on the official Kickstarter page, which will list “Nintendo next-generation”.

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