It appears that The Great Ace Attorney is finally leaving Japan with what could be a possible new ‘Chronicles’ collection for the PS4, Switch, and PC. The information comes from a new rating from the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee. [Thanks, Gematsu.]
The Taiwan ratings also include a PS5 version of Genshin Impact and a Switch version of Tales from the Borderlands. The key piece here is The Great Ace Attorney, also known as Dai Gyakuten Saiban in Japan. The Great Ace Attorney was originally released for the 3DS in Japan in July 2015. It was also ported to Android and iOS in Japan in August 2017.
After five years since its initial release, the game still remains a Japan-exclusive title. Japan even got a sequel called The Great Ace Attorney 2: The Resolve of Ryunosuke Naruhodo, but it too was a Japan-only release. Keep in mind that this isn’t just The Great Ace Attorney, but The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles. With that being said, it will likely contain both the original and sequel titles. A Capcom data breach from November also corroborates the existence of the new collection.
The Great Ace Attorney and The Great Ace Attorney 2 are currently available for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan.