Level-5 Vision 2023 II: all the announcements and videos [Update]

During the Level-5 Vision 2023 II presentation, Level-5 shared the latest news about their upcoming games on Nintendo Switch. Missed the presentation? No problem: the full recording is now available on YouTube, along with individual uploads for the trailers and videos showcased!

Here’s the recording of the presentation:


Unfortunately, no new game was announced during the presentation, and all the games have been delayed to 2024 (and beyond). The delays are hardly surprising though, given there’s only one month left in 2023!

First up: Megaton Musashi Wired has a release date: April 25th worldwide. A new trailer was also shared, providing us with more footage of the game in action:

Next up: FANTASY LIFE i: The Girl Who Steals Time. It will be released this Summer worldwide. The new video shared during the presentation focused on the improvements and new features/content compared to the original game on Nintendo 3DS.

As for INAZUMA ELEVEN: Victory Road, it was also delayed to 2024. A global open beta will take place exclusively on Nintendo Switch in March 2024. More details about that open beta can be found on the official website!

For this game, Level-5 shared not just a brand new trailer, but also a second video with a strategy meeting:

Unfortunately, players in need of gentlemanly puzzle action will have to wait until 2025 to play PROFESSOR LAYTON and The New World of Steam, the latest entry in the long-running Professor Layton series. Two video were shared for this game: a trailer and a video message from Professor Layton’s Japanese voice actor, Yo Oizumi (in Japanese):

According to Level-5, the DECAPOLICE demo received extremely positive reception at the Tokyo Game Show back in September, which is why the decision was taken to delay it to 2024 to expand the scope and improve quality. Unfortunately, no new trailer was shared.

Finally, a new Level-5 Vision presentation was announced: Level-5 Vision 2024: To the World’s Children, which will take place in Summer 2024. It will have further updates on previously announced titles, but will also have at least one new game announcement. Also, an additional event for Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road will also take place alongside the main event.

Source: Level-5 (Twitter)


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