Every single JRPG coming out in 2018 by release date
Plan ahead this year and keep track of each Japanese RPG releasing in 2018.
A quick look shows Monster Hunter: World, the Secret of Mana remake, and Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom dominating the first quarter.
This page will confirm further 2018 JRPGs upon their announcement or confirmation. These include Project Octopath Traveler for the Nintendo Switch, and the recently revealed Valkyria Chronicles 4 that is already near completion.
What are your most anticipated JRPGs for 2018?
Kindgom Hearts III? Dragon Quest XI? What’s the one release you can’t go without this year?
Leave a comment below and be sure to check back for constant updates to the calendar as more JRPGs are announced.
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I have to go with Monster Hunter: World here. I love that it’s also a PC release as I’m a big MMO player and this seems like a natural fit for the platform.
Lost Sphear also has my interest. Here’s hoping it’s a more polished experience than I am Setsuna.
|Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory||PS4, Vita||19-Jan|
|Lost Sphear||PS4, Switch, PC||23-Jan|
|Zwei: The Arges Adventure||PC||24-Jan|
|Monster Hunter: World||PS4, Xbox One, PC||26-Jan|
|Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana||PC||30-Jan|
I played Radiant Historia not long ago on the DS and had an incredible time, so I implore anyone who hasn’t tried it to pick up this remaster in February. In any case, Secret of Mana is a big name classic that I never got through in its original form. I”ll pick this one up in February.
|Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age||PC||1-Feb|
|Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology||3DS||13-Feb|
|Secret of Mana||PS4, PS Vita, PC||15-Feb|
|Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet||PS4,XBO, PC||23-Feb|
Ni No Kuni was too beautiful to play down for all its flaws, and I anxiously anticipate its sequel. As for Yakuza 6, maybe it’s time to try the series out this year. Can anyone recommend a starting point for a series newcomer?
|Yakuza 6: The Song of Life||PS4||20-Mar|
|Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom||PS4, PC||23-Mar|
|Atelier Lyde and Soeur||PS4, PC, Switch||27-Mar|
To be Confirmed…
A chance to revisit a complete version of Final Fantasy XV instead of the swiss cheese I got in its initial release? Count me in. Its PC port is due sometime in 2018.
Other than that, I’m too big of a tactical game fan to not put Valkyria Chronciles 4 at the top of my list. Code Vein also has my interest peaked with its self-admitted Souls style design, and Project Octopath Traveler is giving me Romancing SaGa vibes that I most appreciate.
|Code: Vein||PS4, Xbox One, PC||TBA|
|Dragon Quest XI||PS4, Switch, 3DS||TBA|
|Final Fantasy XV||PC||TBA|
|Kingdom Hearts III||PS4, Xbox One||TBA|
|Project Octopath Traveler||Switch||TBA|
|Valkyria Chronicles 4||PS4, Xbox One, Switch||TBA|
|The World Ends With You: Final Remix||Switch||TBA|
Plenty of other big titles are assuredly coming in 2018, so keep watch.
Remember, this page will be updated daily as release dates are confirmed.