Capcom has confirmed that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC in April.
The Ace Attorney Trilogy brings together the first three games in Capcom’s long-running series to PC and home console in HD for the first time. The three games – Ace Attorney, Justice For All, and Trials and Tribulation – were originally released across the GameBoy Advance and Nintendo DS handhelds between 2001 and 2004. The trilogy will be available as a digital download on April 9, 2019.
Both the English and Japanese language editions will be included, complete with the various gameplay and story differences that are unique to each version. All three games will also get a patch this summer that adds French, German, Korean, simplified and traditional Chinese languages.
The new ‘announce trailer’ shows the remastered games in their high-definition glory.
Other quality of life improvements include check marks on objects to help players remember previously examined items, a generous ten save slots per language, and various UI changes.
Players who pre-order from the PS4 store will receive a Pixel Theme featuring music and sound effects from the game. Steam pre-orders come bundled with an exclusive desktop wallpaper.
The Phoenix Wright series of ‘court-room battle’ games has sold a combined total of 6.7 million copies worldwide across its mainline entires and various spin-offs.
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