In our Tactics Ogre Reborn Release Date and Editions guide, we are going to share all the info we currently have about the upcoming remake. Specifically, we’ll show you when Tactics Ogre Reborn is going to come out and what the different editions and pre-order bonuses are. Here we go!
When is Tactics Ogre Reborn Coming Out
Tactics Ogre Reborn is coming out on November 11th, and the release date is going to be the same on every platform: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Steam, and the Nintendo Switch. The tweet that announced the launch date does not mention what the release time is going to be, unfortunately. If it ends up being at the same time all around the globe, then the actual date might vary depending on your time zone.
As for what this remake will have to offer, the website says: “Based on the 2010 release, the game features improved graphics and sound, as well as updated game design, bringing to life a new Tactics Ogre that remains true to its roots.” It also promises that “Tactics Ogre veterans will experience a game that surpasses their fondest memories, while players new to Tactics Ogre will discover a game unlike any they’ve ever played.” Those are some tall promises, to say the least, and I don’t trust Square Enix to fulfill them. I hope they prove me wrong.
Tactics Ogre Reborn Editions & Pre-Order Bonuses
Now that we know the release date of Tactics Ogre Reborn, let’s dive into the different editions and pre-order bonuses. The Standard Edition, which includes just the game, will cost $50. It comes in both digital and physical former. The former will be available on PlayStation and Steam, and the latter on PlayStation and Switch. If you pre-order it, you’ll get “a selection of three songs from the Tactics Ogre: Reborn Original Soundtrack.”
As for the Digital Premium Edition, it will only be available on PlayStation and Steam, according to the official website. It will cost $60, and it comes with the full Tactics Ogre: Reborn Original Soundtrack. As for the pre-order bonus, you’ll get the Tactics Ogre (1995) Digital Mini Soundtrack. So, it’s not much, but it’s neat.