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Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden is out now, here’s the launch trailer!

Through a press release, Square Enix has disclosed the launch trailer for Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden, the spiritual sequel to a first chapter released at the end of last year.

At the end of last year we got enthralled by the trailers for Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, a card-based JRPG that saw none other than Yoko Taro at the helm. When we sat down at the PC to write the review in November, we were partially disappointed. This is because Voice of Cards is not exactly the series we expected, innovative and at least atypical, but more a classic turn-based JRPG masked by a truly captivating aesthetic, but not very functional and revolutionary. And for a couple of days now, its spiritual sequel, The Forsaken Maiden, has been available in digital only format for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC (Steam). A second adventure that makes Voice of Cards a real series, in short!

A second chapter that has been brought back to life by the creative team behind Nier and Drakengard’s beloved series, including the Creative Director YOKO TAROthe Music Director Keiichi Okabe and the Character Designer Kimihiko Fujisaka. In this new adventure, set on remote islands protected for generations by Priestesses, you will be able to follow the protagonist and Jeri, a girl who failed to become a Priestess, in a moving story in which you must save the islanders from the brink of destruction. Through a press release, Square Enix has disclosed the official launch trailer, which we leave you below.

Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden, here is the launch trailer and the content of the DLC pack!

In the digital stores you will find, in addition to the base game, a package that you can buy together or separately and which includes various DLCs that unlock as many “Yoko Taro fans” themed game content, such as:

  • Doll clothes: an additional design for the dresses of Nel, Jeri and Ardimé.
  • YoRHa badge: Replaces the back of the cards with a motif inspired by YoRHa soldiers.
  • 2B’s pawn: replaces the player’s land pawn with one inspired by 2B.
  • Clone City Arena: Replaces the arena and gem box with a Clone City-inspired motif.
  • Arena Biomacchine: replaces the game table with a motif inspired by biomachines.
  • Resistance jukebox: replaces the background music with one inspired by the androids who fought to save humanity.
  • Collection pixel: Swap all monster and character illustrations for pixel versions.

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Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.