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1419280cookie-checkFairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Gains New Promo Trailer

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Gains New Promo Trailer

With the slew of date announcements regarding the latest games to out, another title joins the list, which is Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force. Idea Factory International has released its official trailer for the upcoming JRPG, and shows a lot of cut-scenes and in-game battle sequences. Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force will come out for PS4 on July 26th in North America, and on July 29th for Europe. 

The devs behind the JRPG, Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, have come around and released a new trailer showing over three minutes of actual content. The video isn’t like one of those trailers that are long and show absolutely nothing, instead it describes some of the story through both voice-overs and text that’s displayed in the video, while in-game footage is rolling.

The video offers up a nice summation of the story, which sends a new Fencer known as Fang after all 100 Furies so that he can have a wish granted by the Goddess. We also get to see the Fencers use their Furies and skills in various battles.

You can catch the trailer below, which runs for three minutes thanks to Ideal Factory International‘s YouTube channel.

Moreover, the PS4 version of Fairy Fencer F adds some new story and gameplay features to the game. In Fairy Fencer F: Dark Advent Force, players start by selecting the difficulties Easy, Medium, or Hard, and can switch between them at any time.

Furthermore, it’s now possible to have six people in your party during a fight. I’m sure between six party members during battles and all of the new stuff will help amplify the fact that you can now explore the Goddess, Vile God, and Evil God stories. Each of these paths will sport their own different endings from each other, and will have multiple routes and ending within their specific branches.

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is set to come out on PS4 on July 26th in North America, and July 29th in Europe.

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