Ys X: Nordics, the tenth entry in Falcom’s action role-playing game series, is set to be a fresh start for the franchise in many ways, based on some new details revealed today.
In a new interview published in the latest issue of Famitsu, as reported by Ryokutya2089, Falcom President Toshiro Kondo revealed some new details about the game, confirming that it will feature a young Adol, as the adventure takes place after the first two entries. in the chain. The main characters will be younger to better appeal to Nintendo Switch users, according to Toshihiro Kondo.
Additionally, it was confirmed that Ys X: Nordics will only feature two playable characters, essentially eliminating the party system that has been in place in the series since Ys Seven. However, the action will be intense as always, with two different combat modes offering faster and slower combat styles. To see all of these features in action, we won’t have to wait much longer, as new footage will appear either early in the new year or during the spring of 2023.
More details about Ys X have also been revealed: Nordics difficulty, Naval gameplay, and more. You can learn more about all that has been revealed about the next entry in the series by checking out the English translation provided by Gematsu.
Ys X: Nordics is currently in development for PlayStation and Nintendo Switch consoles, and will be released in Japan next year. A Western release hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, but it’s likely that we’ll be able to experience Adol’s next adventure at some point in the future, since all recent entries in the series have been released in North America and Europe.