Due to COVID-19, Tales of Arise Natural Release Delays

Tales of Arise Has Been Delayed

After being announced at E3 2019 yesterday, Tales of Arise became one of the games that have been eagerly awaited by many gamers, especially lovers of the Tales and JRPG series. The game planned for release in 2020 is the latest title in the Tales series, developed by Bandai Namco. Unfortunately, Bandai Namco has just announced that it was forced to postpone the release of Tales of Arise due to the influence of COVID-19.

Reporting from his official blog, the producer, Yusuke Tomizawa gave further details about the decision to postpone the Tales of Arise

Yusuke said that the aim of Tales of Arise was to provide a familiar but innovative gameplay experience for fans of the Tales series, while encouraging improvements in high-quality graphics to impress old players and those who had never played the Tales series before. Development continues to progress in 2020 and they are able to …

The history of the Spanish flu pandemic

10 Facts About the Greatest Pandemic in History People Still Get

It is interesting to see how this world always surprises us. Each year the governments of all countries prepare a budget. They plan each event in the country that could happen and set a date for that event. But what if mother nature planned something differently?

As the first World War drew to a close in 1918, a devastating outbreak killed hundreds of people. The disease was caused by a virus that took place in the respiratory tract and came to be known as the Spanish influenza virus. It killed millions of the world’s populations at that time. The world was inhabited by 2 billion people then, which means that about 500 million people were infected with the virus at that time, killing between 50 million and 100 million people.

Even the figures themselves are not well known because, at that time, the method was not as stable as it …

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