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Ace Attorney Investigations Collection Preorders Include Exclusive In-Game Music Tracks

The new collection brings Miles Edgeworth's adventures to Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, and PC on September 6.


As revealed during the latest Nintendo Direct, a new Ace Attorney collection is on the way for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. Ace Attorney Investigations Collection includes remastered versions of Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth and Ace Attorney Investigations 2: Prosecutor's Gambit, the latter of which is being localized for the first time in English for this collection. The new versions of both games include the option to swap between re-drawn versions of the character sprites, or the original pixel art. The collection also includes a new History feature for reviewing dialogue, a story mode that auto-resolves puzzles and investigations, a gallery mode, multi-language voice-overs for both games, and more.

Ace Attorney Investigations Collection launches September 6, and preorders are available now.

Ace Attorney Investigations Collection Preorder Bonus

Preorder Ace Attorney Investigations Collection to get special DLC pack with five arranged tracks from the Ace Attorney Investigations 2 soundtrack. The songs can be used as background music during gameplay, or listened to via the new in-game gallery mode.

If you still need to complete your Ace Attorney collection, you can also grab the collections of the various other Ace Attorney subseries, including the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy, and The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles. All three are available on Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy and The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles have physical Switch editions, otherwise all three are available digitally on all platforms, and PC players can get the Steam versions at a discount via Fanatical.

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