Would Tales Of Arise an attraction on the Nintendo Switch?

As many people know Tales Of Arise is set to appear on multiple game consoles this upcoming Fall on September 10th. Tales Of Arise will appear on the PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Microsoft Windows. Tales Of Arise will be an action role playing game similar to its ‘16 predecessor Tales of Berseria; which ended up being a good JRPG game. The plot for Tales Of Arise will revolve around the main characters Sionne and Alphen who journey together across regions such as: Calaglia and Cyslodia in open world environments and maps. Tales Of Arise has fast paced action role-players gameplay where battles against monsters and foes take place in real-time. The Unreal Engine 4 brings everything to life in Tales Of Arise; while the cutscenes and storytelling aspect of this JRPG look impressive. Even though, Tales Of Arise is set to appear on multiple gaming platforms in September it will not be ported on the Switch console. Its not surprising that we are not get a Switch port of Tales Of Arise since most of the games with the Tales series has appeared on PlayStation consoles within the past two decades.

The last game within the Tales set we saw a Nintendo system Tales Of Abyss for the 3DS back in 2011. For the most part the Tales series has stood out more on Sony’s game systems since the 00’s; despite fact that the series began on the SNES in late ‘95. Also, from a visual standpoint Tales of Arise would look more superior on the PS5 and the Xbox Series X opposed to the Nintendo Switch which lacks 4K resolution. Tales Of Arise would not only look inferior on the Switch compared to the PS5 & Xbox One; but it would most likely be overshadowed by first party Nintendo games from the Mario and Zelda series. Tales Of Arise looks like it has the potential to be one of the best JRPG’s of ‘21 and could possibly be more successful than its predecessor from 2016.

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