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The Fairy Tail trailer was released, revealing that the upcoming game will be available on PC via Steam on July 30th, and Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on July 31st. Fairy Tail’s extraordinary world of magic and dragons is captured in remarkable detail throughout this all-new gaming experience, with a phenomenal focus on delivering the type of magic and mystique fans of the worldwide sensation anime and manga series have been craving.

There are 16 playable characters in Fairy Tail, including Lucy and Erza. Publisher Koei Tecmo and developer Gust have released new information for the game with this trailer announcement, including “Unison Raid,” “Extreme Magic Spells,” and “Awakening.”



Unison Raid

In Fairy Tail, characters can now combine in a Unison Raid to unleash their magic spells at once to overpower enemies. This Unison Raid ability originally premiered in the Fairy Tail anime and manga, but in the game, all new magic and character team-ups will be featured, introducing exciting new powers from never before seen character combinations.

Extreme Magic Spells

A series of Extreme Magic Spells will also be introduced including Kanna’s Fairy Glitter, Makarov’s “Giant” magic, and even a spell known as Exceed Special, which will help your party out in times of terrible trouble. Each magic spell carries unique elemental properties and affinities, with magic dealing more damage to specific opponents. Characters can upgrade their magic spells by gaining experience points throughout their journey.


By using magic attacks during battle, the party’s Awakening Gauge increases. When the gauge is fully filled, characters can be Awakened, enabling them to utilize even more powerful magical abilities. With each character employing different Awakening Modes, players will be able to expand their strategies across a broad range of sorceries and enemies.

Via: Gematsu


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