Today, the official Ace Attorney Twitter account posted a tweet that confirms that fans will receive information about Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy’s western release date. The Twitter account also posted a tweet that casts the character Frank Sawhit in a case regarding the confirmation of the crime’s murderer and the trilogy’s release date.
According to GoNintendo.com, western and European consumers will receive a release date for the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy next week based on this tweet. Apparently, the title was “planned for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC, [and that] this collection was announced last year at Tokyo Game Show 2018“–according to Dualshockers.com.
Dualshockers.com mentions that the game was given an early 2019 release window but no specific release date. Dualshockers.com also states that “Capcom revealed the Japanese release date in November 2018″ but never gave a specific release date for western and European fans. However, based on the official Ace Attorney Twitter account’s teaser-like tweet, I assume one’s curiosity for the game’s release date will soon come to an end.
If you want to sink your teeth into the Japanese version of the game, GoNintendo.com confirms that you can purchase and download the title on the Japanese Nintendo eShop store “today, and [it] includes an English option!”
On the other hand, we’ll make sure to keep you all updated on the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy’s western release date when the official Ace Attorney Twitter account announces it.
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