Sword and Fairy 7 coming to PS5, PS4 in 2022

Softstar Technology (Beijing) will release action RPG Sword and Fairy 7 for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 under the name Sword and Fairy: Together Forever in 2022 worldwide for $29.99, the developer announced. It will support Mandarin voice-overs with English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese subtitle options. In Japan and Asia, Game Source Entertainment will distribute the game physically at retail.

Sword and Fairy 7 first launched for PC via Steam on October 21, 2021.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:


Sword and Fairy 7 is an action role-playing game developed by Softstar Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd.

This game starts with the story among three clans “Human,” “Deity,” and “Demon,” it brings rich story-lines as well as improves the battle system compared with its previous episodes. Third person real time action mode is being used to replace the traditional turn-based battle, more fun and excitements will be brought to the players. With the smooth combat experience, this game will come at you with a boom of the traditional oriental aesthetics. Get ready for the adventure in this beautiful oriental world.

Key Features

  • A Variety of Game Systems and a Brand New Battle System – Other than its previous episodes, this time, real-time fight is adopted, players can enter the battle anytime, plus the character you control can be switched anytime as you wish.
  • Multi-Skills Make the Battle Smoother than Ever – Skills can be equipped in for each character, they can be used anytime during the battle, making combats more diverse and smoother.
  • Pet Your Spirits – Those little cute spirits can be available as the story goes deeper, they will assist you for better exploration along the journey, don’t forget to feed them.
  • Mini-Games – A card game can be a better choice for you after the intense battle.

Watch the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 announcement trailer below. View a set of screenshots and box art at the gallery.



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