Netmarble recently announced that it will bring the mobile game Seven Knights to the Nintendo Switch in the form of Seven Knights – Time Wanderer –, which will feature a new character and no gacha systems within the console version. The real-time and turn-based RPG hybrid will instead focus on an original story with the same great Seven Knights gameplay.
Seven Knights – Time Wanderer – is a visually stunning, real-time and turn-based RPG based on Seven Knights Mobile, that features all-new control and battle systems, and game content optimized for the console platform. In addition, as a single-player RPG, it also introduces its original story different from the mobile version. This game will be released worldwide as a digital package through the Nintendo eShop in each region. Seven Knights – Time Wanderer – does not include any gacha system as players acquire in-game characters as they progress through the story.
“Since Seven Knights’ 2014 Korean launch, it’s been quite humbling and exciting to see the game grow in global popularity. We could not be more thrilled that Seven Knights – Time Wanderer – will be Netmarble’s first Nintendo game,” said Young Jae Park, Executive Producer of Netmarble. “The team can’t wait to share what makes Seven Knights – Time Wanderer – so special to a new audience, so we will work closely with Nintendo to ensure our first console game is exciting for Nintendo Switch gamers to play with.”
Seven Knights – Time Wanderer – focuses on the story of the eighth member of the Seven Knights, Vanessa, who is equipped with the ultimate magical equipment, a sentient hourglass known as Sandy. After falling into the twists of space and time, she embarks on a journey to return safely home, where original characters from Seven Knights’ mobile version will join them as a party member in this real-time, turn-based, combat-oriented adventure.
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