The Alliance Alive Receives a Daemon-Focused Trailer and March 2018 Release Date

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The Alliance Alive was revealed to be coming west by FURYU and Atlus back during September’s Nintendo Direct, and it was a personal standout of the presentation for me. The 3DS is home to tons of great RPGs, so I was extremely interested in adding another unique one to my lineup. Today, the developers finally revealed when we can get our hands on the game: March 27, 2018.

Those in North America who pre-order the game or purchase The Alliance Alive around launch will be able to pick up the Launch Edition (pictured above), which includes the game’s soundtrack, a 30-page artbook, and a keychain. The game will be available both digitally and physically in North America; unfortunately, Europe will only be receiving the digital version of The Alliance Alive.

In addition to the release date announcement, a brand new trailer was released for the game. While a previous video detailing the playable human characters, this one focuses on the Daemon characters Barbarosa, Ignace, and Vivian. In the world of The Alliance Alive, Daemons have invaded the human world and separated the realms, creating the Dark Current, which destroyed many cities. The game follows the resistance who is aiming to topple the Daemons grasp on the world.

You can check out the new Daemon focused trailer below. The Alliance Alive is currently set to launch exclusively on 3DS on March 27.

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