Bandai Namco's beloved Tales of Collection collection has continued for the reason that launch of Tales of Phantasia in 1995, initially launched on the Tremendous Famicom and PlayStation consoles. Following the newest franchise launches – Tales of Berseria (2016) and Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Version (2019) – a brand new milestone in gross sales has been reached. In accordance with Bandai Namco, fairy tales have bought to 20 million copies worldwide.
The corporate revealed the information on its US Twitter account, the place it additionally launched a festive remedy for the fan group. To honor the newest milestone of Tales of Gross sales, Bandai Namco shared a brand new illustration of the artist Minoru Iwamoto. This can be a lovely paintings that followers can obtain as wallpaper on the Tales Channel PLUS web site.
Verify Bandai Namco's tweet in regards to the new model and celebratory artwork under:
Followers of tales! Due to you, the #talesof collection is bought to over 20 MILLION items worldwide !!! To have fun this, we current you a brand new illustration of the artist Minoru Iwamoto. Get your personal wallpaper variations right here: https://t.co/XzoUcHfdem #talesof pic.twitter.com/fHSDNjvmwb
– Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) Could eight, 2019
In the intervening time, there aren’t any particulars about the way forward for the longstanding franchise. Can we foresee different definitive editions within the vein of the brand new model of Tales of Vesperia? If that is so, Bandai Namco has not but publicly introduced this info. Nonetheless, the story of Tales of appears to counsel that followers could not wait lengthy for an additional new entry. In spite of everything, the longest hole between the brand new variations of the collection doesn’t exceed three years. After the launch of Tales of Future in 1997, Tales of Eternia (2000) had been ready for 3 years. Equally, the launch of Tales of Zesteria in 2015 happened three years after the discharge of Tales of Xillia 2 in 2012. Maybe a brand new episode of Tales is way nearer than anticipated.
[Source: Bandai Namco US on Twitter]