FANTASY LIFE i: The Thief of Time postponed again, but finally dated precisely

Last Wednesday, on the occasion of Nintendo Direct: Partner Showcasea game of Level-5 made an appearance, but was clearly not what we would have expected. Indeed, while Megaton Musashi: Wired will be released in April and it could have benefited from a nice promotion, it was ultimately Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time which stole the show by inviting itself into the program. Unveiled last year at the same time in a Direct classic, he has since been entitled to several appearances not showing us much more about him, the last dating back to the Level-5 Vision 2023 IIwhere we learned of its obvious postponement until this summer of 2024. Well, here again, we will have to be patient, because it will ultimately not be at this time that it will be available…

Indeed, FANTASY LIFE i: The Time Thief is expected on October 10, 2024 on Switch, or at the beginning of autumn. As you can see, its title has been localized in our language like the future Professor Layton and the New Steam World. In Japan, it will be released both digitally (¥6,500) and physically (¥6,578), let’s hope it’s the same here. Furthermore, its official website still indicates the fact that other platforms remain undecided at the moment, suggesting that exclusivity on the console of Nintendo is only temporary.

For the rest, the video doesn’t tell us anything very new. We’ll be able to explore the island of Reveria in the past and present in order to build our own village there and go on an adventure, with 14 classes at our disposal already introduced, only two of which will be new compared to the 3DS episode. Furthermore, it will be possible to play up to four online. You can find some visuals on the next page.

If you want to create your village on an island without further delay, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is still on sale on Amazon at the price of €44.16 or €44.99 to the Fnac.

Read also: Level-5 Vision 2024: To the World’s Children, a future presentation already revealed, with a tease of the next Yo-kai Watch?

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