Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne‘s high-definition remaster lastly has a western launch date of Could 25 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Swap, publisher Atlus has announced. Set in a post-apocalyptic model of modern-day Tokyo, the sport makes use of a turn-based fight system as gamers take management of a silent protagonist who has merged with the demon Magatama and battles different devils all through the Japanese capital.
Initially launched on PlayStation 2 in 2003, Nocturne’s remaster will embrace up to date 3D fashions, backgrounds, and extra issue settings. An alternate story department, voice performing in each English and Japanese, and a droop save possibility are additionally a few of the different additions.
The sport will price $50 on all platforms, and a Digital Deluxe Version will set you again $70 for further content material similar to new characters, 4 background music packs, the Mercy and Expectation Map Pack, and the simpler issue setting of Merciful.
This launch may even mark Nocturne’s worldwide debut on PC, and similar to the unique, you will even cross paths with Capcom’s favourite demon for rent, Satan Could Cry’s Dante. Whereas this is not a full remake of Nocturne, you’ll be able to see simply how a lot the original game’s visuals have been improved upon within the choice of new screenshots beneath:
Followers of the Atlus franchise who’ve a Nintendo Swap may stay up for Shin Megami Tensei V, which will probably be out later this 12 months.