Bandai Namco's latest press release teases "massive surprises" for the Tales of Series' 20th anniversary, along with a lovely video taking us through the Tales timeline.
Since 1995, the Tales Of series is considered among the most representative JRPG sagas thanks to its breathtaking storylines replete with humanist themes, unique battle system and character design! BANDAI NAMCO Games have put together a video showcasing the full timeline of this beautiful and long tale-teller.
Thanks to fans and JRPG lovers, the series is celebrating its 20th anniversary with Tales of Zestiria, a tribute in every sense:
- A unique collaboration between the 4 emblematic character designers who shaped the series
- Unique references to past games
- Many upcoming activities
Coming in 2015, Tales of Zestiria will be going back to the roots in terms of setting with its medieval environment, feeling of epic fantasy, and classic storytelling. The story follows Sorey, a young idealistic Human living with Seraphims, legendary beings invisible to other humans that have nonetheless shared the same soil for centuries. In a world torn by war and political skirmishes between the Hyland Kingdom and the Rolance Empire, Sorey will have to accept the burden of the Shepherd and fight human darkness to protect the world from malevolence that poison the world and reunite all races once more.
An anniversary won't be complete without massive surprises... ... Stay tuned for amazing news over the upcoming months!
There can be a lot of things we can expect in these coming months. One of them could just be that rumored Steam release for Tales of Zestiria. We'll keep you posted!
And don't forget to share your Tales works on social media by using the hashtag #IAmTalesOf!
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