Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne HD Remaster release date announced

The high-definition remaster of Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne now has a release date in the West: It will show up May 25 on Nintendo Change, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC, Atlus revealed Friday.

This will mark Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne HD Remaster’s around the world launching on PC; the video game was launched in Japan last October, however just on PS4 and Change. The Japanese role-playing video game initially released on PlayStation 2 in 2003. This upgraded variation uses remastered 3D designs and backgrounds, and brand-new functions like extra trouble settings, a suspend conserve alternative, voice performing (in both English and Japanese for the Western release), and an alternate story branch.

Nocturne happens in a post-apocalyptic variation of modern-day Tokyo. The gamer takes control of a high schooler who merges with the satanic force, Magatama, and ends up being a satanic force himself. His journey follows him as turmoil unfurls over Japan’s capital and devils from the underworld collect throughout the city.

The video game utilizes a turn-based battle system that enables you to collect more details about your opponents and hire enemies by getting on their silver lining. The intro of mechanics like these are what at first differentiated the Megami Tensei franchise and made Nocturne into a precious gem.

Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne HD Remaster is readily available for pre-order now; the video game itself will cost $49.99 on all platforms. Those who purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition, which costs $69.99, will have the ability to begin using May 21. That bundle likewise comes with a lot of extra material such as brand-new characters, 4 background music packs with an overall of 8 tracks, and the Grace and Expectation Map Load. Oddly, a much easier trouble level referred to as Merciful is likewise readily available just in the Digital Deluxe Edition.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.