Front Mission 1st: Remake launches for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on June 30
Forever Entertainment has officially announced that Front Mission 1st: Remake will launch for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC (Steam, Epic, GOG) on June 30, priced at $34.99/€34,99. A demo is also available from the game's Steam page, with progress able to be carried over to the full release.
The official announcement can be found below.\. alongside some PC version screenshots.
We are happy to officially announce the highly anticipated arrival of Front Mission 1st: Remake on additional platforms, including Steam, GOG, Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X, scheduled for release on June 30th!
Price: $34.99 / €34,99
There will be a release discount of 10% from June 30th to July 12th
As an exciting prelude to the game's launch, we are thrilled to inform you that starting from June 1st a free demo will be available on Steam! Savegame from the demo version carries over to the full game upon its worldwide release on June 30th!
Wanzers March Onto New Frontiers
On June 30th, Front Mission 1st: Remake will make its grand debut on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. This occasion marks the first-ever opportunity for PC enthusiasts to join forces with their esteemed counterparts on PlayStation and Xbox, embarking on an unforgettable journey through the revitalized rendition of this legendary tactical RPG. Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that the game's free demo is now accessible on Steam!
Front Mission 1st: Remake — which is a remake of the original Front Mission tactical RPG — released exclusively for Nintendo Switch last November. In our review, Quinton described the game as having fun battles, but terse dialogue and quirky controls.
Forever Entertainment, the publisher and developer behind the remake, has not yet officially announced any other platforms for Front Mission 1st: Remake, so we'll have to wait to confirm details about the new versions, pricing, and the like.
Oddly enough, the sequel in Front Mission 2 Remake — which is still only announced for Nintendo Switch — was recently delayed to an unspecified date later this year. A Front Mission 3 Remake has also been announced, although it is seemingly still a way out from release.