Arc System Works announces dungeon RPG Wizard’s Symphony for PS4, Switch

A derivation of the classic Wizard's Harmony series.

Wizard's Symphony

The RPG project Arc System Works teased earlier this week is “dramatic dungeon RPG” Wizard’s Symphony for PlayStation 4 and Switch, the company announced. It will launch in Japan in 2018.

Wizard’s Symphony derives from a classic Arc System Works series called Wizard’s Harmony. First launched in 1995 for PlayStation and Sega Saturn, Wizard’s Harmony is an adventure and training simulation game set in a fantasy world of swords and magic. It was followed up by Wizard’s Harmony 2 in 1997, Wizard’s Harmony R in 1998, and Wizard’s Harmony Reprint in 1999.

Character design for Wizard’s Symphony is being handled by Moo, who previously did character designs for Wizard’s Harmony.

Wizard's Symphony

Here is an introduction to some of the characters:

Alto Traverse (voiced by Kengo Kawanishi)

A young man who works as a “Conductor,” a job that guides tourists around dangerous ruins. One day, as a substitute for the company president that suddenly disappeared, he takes on the role of acting leader of the Conductor company “M Tours,” and works hard with his colleagues each day.

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

Spika Celeste (voiced by ???)

A girl who works with Alto. She has a bright and optimistic personality, and sometimes does unexpected things. She is the defender of the party, who specializes in luring attacks and protecting allies.

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

Merak Yildiz (voiced by ???)

A young man who works with Alto. He has a gentle and intellectual personality, and fills a calming role among his eager allies. In battle, he is an attacker who uses attack magic.

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

More information about Wizard’s Symphony will be announced in the April 12-due issue of Dengeki PlayStation.

Visit the teaser website here.

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