Tales of Arise

It looks like Tales of Arise is the latest game to leak ahead of E3

Screens and a few details land on Resetera, with the potential new Tales of title promising "classic gameplay mechanics".

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What's this? Yet another game leaked ahead of its announcement at E3 2019? That's right, it looks like Bandai Namco had a couple of surprises up its sleeve, including Tales of Arise, the next game in the enduring JRPG series.

If the information shared over on Resetera is to be believed, we've got a fair amount of intel about the upcoming game, which is set to land on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Check it out below:

Challenge the Fate That Binds You
On the planet Dahna, reverence has always been given to Rena, the planet in the sky, as a land of the righteous and divine. Stories handed down for generations became truth and masked reality for the people of Dahna. For 300 years, Rena has ruled over Dahna, pillaging the planet of its resources and stripping people of their dignity and freedom. Our tale begins with two people, born on different worlds, each looking to change their fate and create a new future.

Featuring a new cast of characters, updated combat, and classic Tales of gameplay mechanics, experience the next chapter in the world-famous Tale of series, Tales of Arise.

The Next Chapter
Experience the next chapter in the Tales of series, brought to life in stunning HD powered by Unreal Engine 4

Dynamic Action
Dynamic Action RPG featuring an updated battle system that retains classic Tales of gameplay

A New Tale Awaits
Dynamic Action RPG featuring an updated battle system that retains classic Tales of gameplay

Stunning Visuals
High quality animation created by Ufotable

A logo was also shared over on Twitter, adding to the strength of the claims made in the original leak. Presumably, we'll find out more in the coming week.

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REVIEW. Written by Ingar Takanobu Hauge

The five-year long break has come to an end, and Tales of Arise rewards patient fans and newcomers alike with what might be the best game of the series.

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