Level-5 Releases New Trailers for Trio of Titles

Developer Level-5 released new trailers for a trio of upcoming titles. The first videos showcase Decapolice with a minute-long “Concept Image” trailer and a two-minute “Playable Guide” trailer, both highlighting story and gameplay elements for the crime suspense RPG.

Decapolice is set in a future where Decasim is a virtual world created as a copy of reality. However, the virtual copy also holds memories of past crimes, and clues found in Decasim can help solve crimes in the real world. When confronting criminals, there is a chance that they turn into embodiments of malice called Crime Beasts that players need to subdue with futuristic gadgets. Decapolice is being developed for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch. It is planned to release worldwide later in 2023.

Level-5 also released a new trailer for Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time. The two-minute, first official trailer gives a quick overview of the game, which is a follow-up to Nintendo 3DS life sim RPG Fantasy Life. Fantasy Life i sees players drifting onto an island that was previously home to a prosperous civilisation. Players develop the island through quests and crafting, before being able to time travel back into the past, where they can learn secrets about the island and potentially rewrite history. Fantasy Life i is planned to release on Nintendo Switch later this year.

Finally, the developer released a third official trailer for its latest soccer RPG, Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road. The four-minute video introduces some of its characters as well as showing its gameplay elements and modes. The video also revealed that the game will receive a dedicated PlayStation 5 version in addition to the previously announced PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android releases.

Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road will feature two main modes: Story Mode and Chronicle Mode. Story Mode tells a new story following Unmei Sasanami, a boy who dislikes soccer and wishes to see it disappear, and Haru Endo, a soccer star standing at the top of the world. Meanwhile, Chronicle Mode is a celebration of the series’ history. It sees players able to form a team from the over 4,500 players that appeared across the series as they take the Inazuma V Caravan across time, battling teams from the past.


Decapolice “Concept Image” trailer


Decapolice “Playable Guide” trailer


Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time first official trailer


Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road third official trailer


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