Developer Sting has announced they will be releasing an enhanced version the PSP title Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean for iOS and Android sometime during 2021 in Japan. It's called the FHD Edition and the official website is set to go live in January with all the details. This news was first spotted by Gematsu.

Since the game's website isn't live just yet details on the port are fairly scarce at the moment. We do know it will have additional functionality, balance adjustments, a high-definition makeover and be made easier to play but no specific examples of this.

There are currently no details on whether or not Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean FHD Edition will release outside of Japan either, but given that the PSP version, which launched in 2011, didn't make the jump overseas it certainly seems unlikely.

If you're unfamiliar with the game itself, it's a spin-off to Yggdra Union and a tactical RPG that makes use of a card-based system and turn-based movement combined with real-time combat. There are a number of different classes to choose from for your team such as Sniper and Gunner.

The story, meanwhile, follows a young pirate boy who is in search of a power source called Will. To find it, he'll need to locate the city of Euforia, which sank to the bottom of the ocean along with crystals that contain the coveted power source.

Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean will be heading to the App Store, Google Play and Nintendo Switch sometime during 2021 in Japan. There are currently no details on the pricing of the game, or if it will release globally, but we'll be sure to let you know when we learn more.

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