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Preorders have been opening up for the Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy, with physical Switch copies in North America confirmed.

Digital preorders have finally opened as well.

While I was puzzled before about why so much time passed before they opened preorders, I now wonder if they were waiting to decide about physical preorders first.

But preorders aren’t the only thing Capcom has made available!

To celebrate the upcoming release, Capcom has made some paid Ace Attorney content temporarily available for free. First up, select episodes from the Ace Attorney anime adaptation can be watched for free until February 29. Second, selections from the 20th Anniversary Orchestra Concert will also be available for free until February 29.

Capcom is really putting in an effort to promote and celebrate the series ahead of the Apollo Justice Trilogy’s release, and I’m thrilled about that. I don’t remember promotional efforts like this ahead of the original trilogy’s release.

Between that and the physical preorders, it just further fuels my optimism in Ace Attorney’s future. If they’re giving the series this much attention now, I think we’ll see an Ace Attorney 7 announcement sooner rather than later.

In the meantime, we’ve got some free Ace Attorney content to enjoy!

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  2 Responses to “Parts of the Ace Attorney Anime & 20th Anniversary Orchestra Concert Are Available for Free”

  1. Glad to see more Ace Attorney love from Capcom! Hopefully it keeps up into a continuation of the series!

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