Nintendo has confirmed a new release date for Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp, the remaster of the the classic Game Boy Advance titles now coming to Nintendo Switch on 21st April 2023.
Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp was delayed indefinitely by Nintendo around this time last year, the company deciding that even a strategic war game was not suitable to release following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, even if it is a cartoony title. The game has been delayed for more than a year, having previously been set for an 8th April 2022 launch.
Re-Boot Camp is a full remake of Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising, taking the first two Game Boy Advance titles from the long-running series and remaking them in full 3D graphics. You will have both single player campaigns, as COs Andy, Max, Sami and more take on dangerous missions. All of the characters now have full voice acting, and there’s some quality of life improvements, like fast forwarding the action and resetting turns. There’s also new modes like the high score chasing War Room, custom maps in Design Room, and both local and online multiplayer.