New Ace Attorney Trailer Shows New Game Features

Engage in the art of deduction. Capcom’s E32021 showcase begins with an extensive new look for the next Great Ace Attorney Chronicle collection, showing off new features, character details, and the ever-present power of OBJECTION!

The latest adventure arrived on July 27, 2021 and was the first to truly confirm what was stored. For those who may need to catch up a bit, Chronicles is a collection of previous Ace Attorney titles that were limited to Japanese-only releases. This includes Ace Attorney Adventure and Ace Attorney 2: Resolution, launched in 2015. Between these two games, you can handle 10 cases and enjoy 8 escapes.

Phoenix Wright is the ancestor of the famous Phoenix Wright and is a person who can comfortably spend time in this collection. Set in the Victorian London era, the next ace journey will introduce players to new characters and challenge them to tackle new cases. Gameplay focuses on the research and court aversions we know and love, but the new trailer also gives us a closer look at the new features that are unique to this entry. First, there is the Dance of Deduction. This is a feature that requires Herlock Sholmes and Ryunosuke to use abduction inference to resolve the case. Of course, logic is the key here. Sometimes the conclusions made are not only wrong, but also cheerful and bad.

Interested in what else Capcom had to share? See the complete showcase below. Spoilers: Not so many.

The next part that played a major role in Capcom’s showcase is the summation test. At Summation, the jury needs to explain why he was convicted. Therefore, lawyers should try to tweak some new information to strengthen their own stance. Can you change the jury’s mind and swing to your side? Skills are required, but you can see that Ace Attorney fans cover this.

Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will be available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC on July 27, 2021.

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