Lucky Switch User Leaks More On Upcoming Release Despite Strict Action From Nintendo

Published 04/12/2022, 11:00 AM EDT

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The Nintendo fans have received nothing but a string of bad news in recent times, surrounding a number of fan-favorite games. The delays in the production process of Nintendo’s legendary RPG franchise, Zelda, have already disappointed Switch owners. Moreover, another remarkable turn-based battle simulation title in Advance Wars 1 & 2.

The game was originally aimed for December 2021 release, but it was sadly pushed to April 2022. But unfortunately, even this release could not come to fruition as the studio delayed the game once more. But this could not stop one lucky Switch owner from playing the game despite it being pushed back.


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Apparently, killetheth had preloaded the game on her Nintendo Lite device before the studio announced the delay. This led to the Twitter user gaining access to the unreleased title that baffled the world.

First Look at the unreleased Nintendo title Advance Wars 1 & 2

The Switch owner shared some interesting images from the game that fans hadn’t seen before. It included a gameplay video, tutorial levels, an opening section, NPCs, and a lot more.

Fans quizzed Rachel about tutorial levels and what the game actually had to offer. She answered the query with in-game footage that showcased the opening section of the game.


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Here’s what the main menu screen looks like if you are wondering about it?

She even unleashed the might of a one-character at his very best that the game calls ‘Max Force’.

This is what the first few levels have to offer, and Blue Moon Army’s commander Olaf is indeed going to greet you from the get-go.

Here is what the initial missions of the game have to offer, along with some gameplay elements.

The exact reason behind these delays is still unknown, but few things can be said about the game. It is in its final stages and needs a bit of polishing.

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Hence, that is why the Japanese studio decided to pull the game back, and offered Rachel a complete refund.


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Are you looking forward to the release of Advance Wars after browsing through these leaks? Share your thoughts below.


Written by:

Ayank Chourasia


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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.
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Vibhanshu Kumar