The PlayStation 4 version of Nayuta no Kiseki will introduce on June 24 in Japan for 4,378 yen at retail and 3,960 yen via download, designer and publisher Falcom revealed.
Pre-orders consist of “Complete Soundtrack: Nayuta no Kiseki: Kai,” a two-disc soundtrack including all 60 tunes from the game consisting of the style song “Nayuta no Hoshi no Monogatari.”
Here is a brief summary of the game, by means of Falcom:
Nayuta no Kiseki– an ambitious entry in the Trails series originally released for PSP in 2012 that adopts action RPG-style gameplay– returns for PlayStation 4 as the most recent entry in the Kai series (improved ports of older Falcom games).
In addition to brand-new illustrations for the main characters, brand-new illustrations have likewise been added for each of the characters that appear on “Remnant Island,” where the games story is set. Graphical components have also been substantially boosted, consisting of devoted illustrations for event scenes and other visual aspects.
There are likewise various other upgrades that take advantage of PlayStation 4, including 60 frames per second assistance, high-definition image quality, and high-quality background music and sound impacts, making the story of Nayuta no Kiseki more available than ever in the past.
Learn more about the game here.
View the very first screenshots of the PlayStation 4 version at the gallery.
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