The Nintendo 3DS is still alive, and developers as well as Nintendo want us to know that. One of the biggest releases on the aged handheld device is now available in Europe, and Yo-kai Watch 3 will come to the west in early 2019. The popular franchise developed by Level-5 will take the player on a new journey through two parallel stories.
Yo-kai Watch 3 was previously released in Japan and is now available in Europe as well. Fans in the west, specifically North America have to wait until February 8th, 2019. It is interesting to note that Level-5 has combined all three version of the series into one game. This means that players who will purchase Yo-kai Watch 3 in the U.S will receive essentially 3 games.
To tie fans over until the release of the game, Level-5 released a brand new trailer for the game today. Check it out below!
About Yo-kai Watch 3
More Yo-kai, more mysteries! ’Merican Yo-kai have made their way to YO-KAI WATCH 3 and they’re rootin’ tootin’ troublemakers. Speaking of troublemakers, in BBQ, zombies rise from their graves and Nate must free the town during Zombie Night. If you’re too afraid of zombies, you can always find treasure by exploring randomly generated dungeons and discover the truth about the mysterious ruins hidden all across the continent with the Yo-kai Blasters T group.
- Meet Hailey Anne and Usapyon as they solve cases as Yo-kai detectives in Springdale
- Explore the American-inspired location, BBQ, where ’Merican Yo-kai run rampant
- Battle all-new bosses, meet over 600 Yo-kai, and use a new 3×3 grid battle system to strategically dish out attacks
- In BBQ, go on a rafting adventure, try out a new Crank-a-kai, and interact with new ‘Merican Yo-kai
- Train up your very own Nyan, a cat like Yo-kai, in Build-a-Nyan
- Bonk zombies on the head, in an all-new mode, Zombie Night—it’s an invasion!
- Link with versions of YO-KAI WATCH™ 2 and YO-KAI WATCH ™ BLASTERS to earn special Yo-kai
- Discover treasure as part of the Yo-kai Blasters T group and make your way through randomly generated dungeons