Switch Exclusive Front Mission 2: Remake Marches To PlayStation, Xbox, And PC This Month

Front Mission 2: Remake Coming to Multiple Platforms

Front Mission 2: Remake is set to launch on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 30, expanding its availability beyond the Switch. This marks the first time Western players will have the opportunity to experience this tactics/strategy RPG since its original Japan-only release in 1997.

The game takes place 12 years after the events of Front Mission 1st: Remake, introducing players to Ash, an O.C.U soldier navigating through the chaos in the nation of Alordesh. As Ash attempts to escape, a larger conspiracy begins to unfold.

Improved Features

Front Mission 2: Remake on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC boasts enhancements such as faster loading times, free camera movement, an updated soundtrack, additional customization options, and expanded language support. Players can look forward to a more immersive experience across all platforms.

Free Demo on Steam

PC players will have the opportunity to try out a free demo of Front Mission 2: Remake on Steam starting April 15. According to developer and publisher Forever Entertainment, progress made in the demo can be carried over to the full game upon its official release later in the month.

Originally launched on the Switch in October, Front Mission 2: Remake is now making its way to a broader audience on April 30, reaching gamers on multiple platforms.

Will you be diving into Front Mission 2: Remake when it releases later this month? Share your thoughts in the comments!