Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link will be Available in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish

Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link will be Available in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish

Last updated on July 17th, 2018

The action-RPG Granblue Fantasy Re: Link up which has been solely marketed for the Japanese market, but we get news today that the publisher Cygames has plans to localise the project into a few languages.

Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link will be Available in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish

Confirmation from Gematsu with publisher Cygames has revealed that Granblue Fantasy Re: Link will be going international, as they plan to localise the game in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.

There are further announcements coming when Granblue Fes 2018 takes place this December 15th to 16th in Mukuhari Messe in Chiba Japan. The game is originally set to launch this year, but due to the scale of development growing larger than originally planned, the release was delayed.

Granblue Fantasy Re: Link is a game developed by Platinum Games and it is set to  launch on Playstation 4 and Playstation VR. The title is based on the mobile game Granblue Fantasy which already has a huge following in Japan. No news as of yet for the official launch date but more news will be coming later this year in December.


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3 comments on “Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link will be Available in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish”

  1. Avatar announakis says:

    one of the few games I am looking forward to these days

  2. Nunkuruji says:

    I could get into this IF

    1. They bring it to PC
    2. Can multiplayer the entire experience

    Which would put it up there with Dragon’s Crown & Magicka as games I could encourage my circle of friends to pick up and play together.

    Unfortunately, it will probably be polluted with lootbox/gacha mechanisms.

  3. Avatar Yuria says:

    Hopefully they don’t use microtransactions as a main way to progress, it’s happening too often in game.


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