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Work x Work

Back in October, FuRyu released the Switch RPG Work x Work. Although there hasn’t been any news about plans for localization, we could be hearing something in the future.

A trademark for “Heroland” was filed in the United States by FuRyu on January 16. The name is noteworthy because Work x Work takes place in “Hero-sama Land”, so this suggests that “Heroland” could be the official English name.

Again, nothing has been officially announced at this time, though the trademark is certainly encouraging. We’ll keep an eye out for any news about Work x Work in North America and Europe going forward.

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Work x Work boxart

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Amazon Japan has updated its Work x Work listing with the game’s boxart. Take a look at the packaging image above.

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Dengeki hosted a live stream entirely dedicated to the new Switch RPG Work x Work and showed off a bunch of footage. View the full recording below.

FuRyu has released a new trailer for their upcoming Switch RPG Work x Work, showing off some gameplay:

FuRyu is giving us a new look at its Switch RPG Work x Work with a battle group meeting video. We’ve included the brief footage below.

Work x Work is featured in this week’s issue of Famitsu with a new batch of details. We learn a bit about the staff room, new characters, and DLC plans.

Here’s the roundup, courtesy of Siliconera:

A couple of months ago, the new RPG Work x Work was announced for Switch. There’s some notable talent on the team, including Nobuyuki Inoue – who was the director of Mother 3.

In a recent issue of Famitsu, the magazine published a lengthy developer interview. Inoue along with Nobuhiro Imagawa (graphics), Tsukasa Masuko (sound), Takahiro Yamane (development director), and Takuya Yamanaka (producer) talked about the project’s origins, why it’s on Switch, the gameplay, and much more.

FuRyu prepared the first trailer for its new Switch RPG Work x Work. You can view the video below.

Work x Work is launching October 4 in Japan.

Work x Work is seeing a slight delay. Originally planned for September 27, it will now release on October 4.

FuRyu did not explain why Work x Work has been pushed back.

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In last week’s issue of Famitsu, the magazine covered information pertaining to the characters and battle system. Siliconera provides the details in English, which we’ve rounded up below.