Capcom announces Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies for Android
Capcom continues to bring its console and PC games on mobile devices. Shortly after launching Mega Man on Android and iOS, the Japanese company announced another major title in its portfolio is getting a mobile release, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies.
The sequel to Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the game sees the return of courtroom hero Phoenix Wright. The story is set eight years after the events in the first game and sees the action start in a severely damaged courthouse.
It's up to the players to find out what caused the destruction of the courthouse and bring the culprits to justice. As with all Phoenix Wright games, players will have to battle out in court against prosecutors of various skills as they defend the accused.
According to Capcom, the game will feature 3D graphics, as well as dynamic visuals with the option to change views and zoom-in areas to discover hidden evidence and clues.
The fifth chapter of the courtroom drama will be released in the Google Play store later this month. We don't expect Capcom to offer the game for free since the previous title, Apollo Justice is available for $20.