All the way back in September of 2022, Koei Tecmo announced the release of Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key. Featured as part of that month’s Nintendo Direct, the title was initially given a release date of February 24th, 2023. That day has been fast approaching, and plenty of people have been looking forward to the new installment in the long-running series.

Today, the team over at Koei Tecmo have announced that they will be delaying the release of the game by a month. This notice was shared via the game’s official website, and it’s actually the first thing you’ll see when loading up the site for the first time. This post details the game’s new planned release for March 24th, 2023.

You can read the full text of their announcement below. It’s signed by the game’s producer Junzo Hosoi and it talks about how this short development extension will allow the team to properly polish the game and deliver “the best possible experience” for fans of the franchise.

A message from the Producer

We apologize for this delay to everyone who has been looking forward to the release of “Atelier Ryza 3”. In order to make this game a fitting finale for Ryza and her friends, we have taken on challenges such as adventuring in a vast open field and graphics that express the charm of these characters to the fullest extent.

Our team will take this additional time to fine-tune the final touches so that we can deliver to all of you who have been following the series for the best possible experience in this culmination of Ryza and her friend’s adventures,

We are making the game even better to make it worth your wait, so we appreciate your patience for a just little bit more until the game’s release.

Hosoi, Producer

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