The sequel to dungeon crawling RPG Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy is finally on its way to the West!

NIS America has announced that they’ll once again be the ones bringing the Experience developed New Tokyo Legacy series to the West – delivering Operation Babel: New Tokyo legacy to us with English subtitles sometime in the Spring of 2017. They’ll even doing so in both digital and physical editions, so you can ixnay on the “where’s the physical?” chatter right now! 😛

In addition to standard physical copies however, there’ll also be a $59.99US limited edition up for grabs. It features a copy of the game, a collector’s box, a deluxe sized softcover art book, a clear file folder, a 16-track OST with jewel case, and a tear resistant poster.

Not yet convinced? Need a refresher? NIS America has passed on the description of the title and some press release images which you can check out below.

“Continue the story of Operation Abyss and defend near-future Tokyo from a new threat in this dungeon crawling RPG. When a mysterious object – dubbed ‘the Embryo’ – appears in the sky, the CPA and the Xth Squad are mobilized to face the new threat. Venture into challenging new labyrinths and create the perfect team to challenge each threat. Featuring a mysterious new story, unprecedented character customization through the new ‘Sub-Blood’ system, and item-based character ability modifications, Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy will give you a world to lose yourself in.”


Are you ready to delve into a title which eclipses its predecessor by way of hybrid job classes, new skills, new spells, and a whole new operation? Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy is due out in North America and Europe sometime in the Spring of 2017.

  • Lester Paredes

    Ooohhh… looks cool.

  • Lenz Mirene

    I’m certainly up for this; I burned out eventually about 1/3 through the second half – or, more technically, second ‘game’ – of Op Abyss (being that it packaged two remakes into one entity), but I was genuinely enjoying the ins and outs of the game & only suffered burnout due to the excessively interminable grind coupled with diminishing combat returns. Signs point to improvement in cohesion and concision with the third game, which became Op Babel.

    Regarding characters, I express mild surprise – having, as noted, left Op Abyss unfinished – that everybody major survived to grace Op Babel. Alice Mifune looks totally sweet as a playable roster addition, however, roundly mitigating any consternation. Hah!

    Anyhow, yeah, this is squarely on my radar for sure. Good show, NISA.