According to the leak, Tactics Ogre: Reborn will release on November 11 this year for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Gematsu revealed that the release date and more details about the game were revealed on the PS Deals page. The site displays lists of games on PS5 and PS4).
PS Deals is a deal compiler that pulls data directly from the PlayStation Store backend. So there is a good chance that the leak is true. However, this is a PlayStation focused website, so it cannot be ruled out that the game will be released on other platforms as well.
In fact, Tactics Ogre: Reborn was originally leaked to the PlayStation Store.
This new Tactics Ogre is theoretically a remake of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together, which was originally released for the Super Nintendo in Japan in 1995, followed by the Sega Saturn, PlayStation, and the new PSP remake in 2010.
PS Deals also revealed new details and screenshots of the game:
“Tactics Ogre, the pinnacle of the tactical RPG genre, is reborn.”
- Tactical RPG about the struggle for control of the Valeria Islands. Your decisions will influence how the story develops, including its ending, with a gameplay system that allows you to follow different routes throughout the game. The story is about a young man named Denam.
- The class level system used in Tactics Ogre (2010) has been changed to a level system associated with each unit. […] Enjoy numerous gameplay improvements such as faster paced combat, autosave, and a complete overhaul of controls and interface to make getting into the game easier than ever.
- The unrivaled character and setting detail from the original Tactics Ogre (1995) has been reproduced in high definition.
- The cutscenes are fully dubbed into English and Japanese, and all music has been re-recorded with live performances. The voices bring new life to the complex motifs of the characters. […] Enjoy a rich endgame including the Palace of the Dead in over 100 levels.
Additionally, the purchase has been confirmed to include both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions, and PlayStation 4 users will be able to upgrade to the next-gen version at no additional cost.
Square Enix, for its part, has yet to officially announce the game.