White Knight Chronicles hits US in February 2010

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RPG fans gather, this time online, as Level 5 and SCEA have announced today that White Knight Chronicles International Edition will hit North American shelves on February 2, 2010. This International Edition includes a fully localized version of the Japanese game released in late 2008 but also a few additional features.

The full list of extra content includes:

  • Over 50 disc-based online quests. You can complete these quests solo, or cooperatively with up to three other players to gain extra gear and experience. (That’s just on the disc. Wait until you hear what else we’ll have at launch!)
  • Voice Chat. Need we say more? =)
  • The Georama. Build an online village for your character where you can invite friends to complete quests online and purchase unique items and gear.
  • Live Talk. Leonard and his companions will have side conversations during gameplay, adding a little more character to your travels through the world of White Knight Chronicles.

Nothing to complain about here. That’s a load of extra content.

Level 5 has also gone ahead and released the US box art. Check that out in high-res at the gallery.

White Knight Chronicles International Edition Coming to PS3 February 2, 2010 [PlayStation.Blog]

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