Players wanting a physical PS4 edition of Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia will be able to order one next week. Limited Run Games will have two editions of the upcoming PS4 release of the strategy RPG.
Publisher Happinet announced a global PS4 release for Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia this December. It also announced a free update is coming to the Nintendo Switch version.
The Brigandine series returns with a brand new title on Nintendo Switch. Is The Legend of Runersia the next great strategy RPG on a Nintendo console, or will it just be another mundane game about warring countries?
The demo for Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia is now available on the eShop. Players can now survey the land of Runersia to plan out battle tactics before the full game arrives in June.
Those wanting a physical edition of Brigandine: The Legend of Runeseria will soon be able to order one. The Nintendo Switch strategy RPG will have two editions, both available through Limited Run Games.
Happinet has begun a series of producer letters for strategy RPG Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia. The first entry covers the difficulty options that will be available in the game’s campaign.
The second entry in the Brigandine series is preparing for a worldwide launch in June. Get ready to lead legions of troops and monsters alike as the battle for Runersia heads to the Nintendo Switch this summer.
The remaining three countries in Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia get the spotlight treatment with their own historical trailers. The upcoming tactical RPG is heading to the Nintendo Switch in 2020.
The Brigandine series is revived with Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia. Happinet has produced a trio of trailers that offer insight on half of the game’s warring countries.
After twenty years, the Brigandine series returns in the form of Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia. The new entry will be heading to Nintendo Switch in 2020.
When attempting to conquer a continent, having strong soldiers is a must. How the commanders of this game ever got Rocs, Gigantes, Tritons, and Pegasi to be their unquestioning cannon fodder is a story that deserves to be told someday.
My poor mandrake!