Voice of Cards: The beasts of burden launching on Switch, PS4, PC on September 13
Square-Enix announced Thursday that Voice of the Cardsthe series of role-playing games Deny series director Yoko Taroproducer Yosuke Saito, composer Keiichi Okabeand Drakengard character designer Kimihiko Fujisaka, gets a third game titled Voice of Cards: The beasts of burden. The standalone sequel will launch digitally for nintendo To change, PlayStation 4, and PC through Steam September 13. The company released a trailer:
Square-Enix describes the story:
Follow a new story set in a world where millennia of hatred rage between monsters and humans, and a girl who loses her home swears revenge on the monsters. She teams up with a mysterious boy as they journey into the unknown and unravel the fate of this broken world.
In the new game, players can trap monsters they defeat into maps to use as skills in battle.
The game will receive a Digital Deluxe Edition bundle, which includes several DLC items based on the NieR Re[in]eyelet Game.
The first game in the series Voice of Cards: Roar of the Island Dragon launched for Switch, PS4 and PC via Steam in October 2021. The standalone suite Voice of the Cards: The Abandoned Girl launched for PS4, Switch and PC via Steam February 17.
The now defunct Japanese game developer Cavia (Drakengard, Resident Evil: The Dark Side Chronicles) developed the original Deny game as a spin-off from Drakengard series in 2010. Square-Enix Released versions of the game for two different consoles: NieR Gestalt for Xbox 360, and Replicant NieR for the PlayStation 3. Replicant NieR featured a different character design for the protagonist and minor plot differences. Deny was the last game developed by Cavia before being dissolved and absorbed by AQ Interactive Inc. in July 2010.
Source: Square-Enixit is Youtube channel