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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore

With Nintendo opening the official Japanese website for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, we have 10 minutes of new footage. Check out all of the gameplay in the video below.

The two new trailers weren’t the only piece of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore news today. The game’s soundtrack will get a separate release in Japan, as was announced today. Called the “Best Sound Collection”, it’ll be released on January 17 for 4,950 Yen. The soundtrack contains all of the game’s background music and vocal songs on three discs, for a total of 82 tracks. This includes the four new vocal songs added in the Switch version, which are:

– “Dia Sweet Witch (Kiria ver.)” performed by Kiria
– “She is…” performed by Kiria & Tsubasa Oribe
– “Maybe Friends, Maybe Lovers (Kiria ver.)” performed by Kiria
– “Reincarnation (Tsubasa Oribe ver.)” performed by Tsubasa Oribe

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We’re quickly approaching the release of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore on January 17. Today, Nintendo released two new Japanese trailers for the game – first up, here’s the overview trailer:

And the battle trailer, which showcases the combat system:

Releasing for Switch January 17th, 2020, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore has had new details emerge courtesy of the December 5th issue of Famitsu:

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When Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE launched in the west, some changes were made. Character outfits, story elements, and even characters’ ages were all impacted and modified from the Japanese release. Additionally, the “To the Secret Hot Springs GO!” DLC video promotions were removed.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore will be coming to Switch in January, and it seems that those changes made for the overseas edition in the Wii U original are carrying over to the Switch version worldwide. A notice on the Japanese website states:

One of the surprise announcements of the latest Nintendo Direct was Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, an enhanced port of the JRPG collaboration between Atlus and Intelligent Systems that originally released on the Wii U. In addition to major new content like a new song and a new dungeon, the Encore version also has a few other additions, namely some new costumes. The following were all initially spotted by Twitter user @theprinceofiris. First up, a brand new costume for Mamori can be seen in a screenshot on the official Japanese website of the game, which shows her wearing a student outfit from the Officers Academy in Fire Emblem: Three Houses (see above).

Next up, Tiki gets a new outfit based on her classic appearance in the very first Fire Emblem game. In the Wii U version, Tiki only appeared in battle as part of some special moves, but she seems to be a permanent party member now, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see this new outfit:

Nintendo has released some new assets for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore. We have the game’s boxart above, and a set of screenshots below.