The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles has been rated for PS4, Switch, and PC by the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee.
Though publisher Capcom hasn’t formally announced the incoming game collection
Though not formally announced, the game – which is thought to collect the 2015’s The Great Ace Attorney and 2017’s The Great Ace Attorney 2, both of which launched on 3DS in Japan only – has previously been referenced in the massive Capcom data breach that happened at the tail-end of 2020 (and that ended up being far worse than the Japanese company initially thought).
First spotted by Gematsu, the ratings board has also listed a few other unannounced games that may be arriving on various platforms soon.
Nintendo Switch versions of Tales from the Borderlands, SnowRunner, and Secret Neighbor all appear, as well as a version of Genshin Impact for PS5.
If you’re unfamiliar with The Great Ace Attorney games, it is a spin-off series that takes place in the 1800s across both Japan’s Meiji Period and Britain’s Victorian era.
Ryūnosuke Naruhodō, a descendant of longtime series protagonist Phoenix Wright, goes about solving cases in the manner of Sherlock Holmes – so the gameplay isn’t exactly like what you’d be familiar with in other Ace Attorney games.
No specific release date has been mentioned, but if the game is getting processed by the ratings board, it stands to reason that it may be close to release.