From the team that created Suikoden, Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes promises to be a pure JRPG that you can find
Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes-inherited of Suikoden officially revealed

As one of the best JRPG series of all time, since the launch of Suikoden, there has always been a strong place in the hearts of many generations of gamers, but after the Suikoden V version, this series suddenly became delayed. unfortunately, there’s almost no sign of this game will come back.

But Suikoden fans can now celebrate when a new game called Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes promises to inherit this legendary series, more especially when it was made by the team that created Suikoden before.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes-inherited of Suikoden officially revealed

Created by Rabbit & Bear Studios, the team includes popular names like Yoshitaka Murayama – writer and father of Suikoden I and II, Junko Kawano – artist and character designer of Suikoden IV, along with Osamu Komuta and Junichi Murakami are the directors who used to produce the Suikoden versions. For Murayama and Kawano themselves, this is their latest collaboration after 25 years, so it can be said that Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is Suikoden’s heir.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is a traditional role-playing game, all characters and scenes will be designed as 2.5D. Besides, the most interesting feature of Suikoden will remain the same when the player is expected to be able to collect more than 100 different characters throughout the game. Other elements such as the guild system or the private castle (what appeared in Suikoden V) will also be included in the game, all of which can be customized options.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes-inherited of Suikoden officially revealed

The gameplay of Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is still a traditional turn-based strategy style with a party of up to 6 characters (one of the characteristics of Suikoden), with graphical improvements now players can move Camera rotation depends on the battle or the environment.

The project is currently planned on Kickstarter, the fundraising mission will begin on July 27 and is expected to end on August 28, the group’s initial goal is to raise about the US $ 500,000 for the PC version and later other consoles like PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X or Switch.

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