It will be released on April 8 as Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp for the Game Boy Advance, which is a remastered version of the first two games in the Advance Wars series. In a special Nintendo Direct presentation held on Wednesday, the company announced the news to the public. In addition, they released a new trailer.
Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp's Graphics are much better than the original
One of the game's highlights is the inclusion of voiceovers for all of the commanding officers. The graphics appear to be glossy and much higher-resolution than the original version. The ability to create custom maps has been added, and you'll be able to share those maps with other players over the internet. A fast-forward button helps to expedite gameplay, and there's now an option to roll back your bad decisions and redo entire turns if you make the wrong choice. Local and online multiplayer will both be available in the game as well.
In development for the Nintendo Switch is WayForward Studios, the same team behind DuckTales: Remastered and Double Dragon Neon. Re-Boot Camp will be released in 2019. The remaster was first announced during the E3 2021 conference. It will consist of two separate campaigns that will cover the events of Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising, as well as other events. According to Nintendo, both games have been “reimagined and rebuilt” for today's players to make them more accessible. Fans can expect significant improvements in the overall quality of life as well as higher resolutions.
It is still unclear whether or not the game will make use of the Nintendo Switch's touch-screen interface. A pre-order price of $59.99 is currently available for this item.
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