Star Ocean: The Last Hope Recieves 4K & Full HD Remaster (VIDEO)
Star Ocean: The Last Hope is an action RPG released in early 2009 for Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 3. Publishers Square Enix has created a 4K and Full HD Remaster that will be releasing for PlayStation 4 and PC. Take a look at the official trailer and gameplay footage below:
In comparison to the 720P resolution release for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the remaster will support full HD on the PlayStation 4 and maximum 4K on PlayStation Pro. Fans will also have the functionality to change graphics settings like shadow and blur effects. Trophy support and share button support will also be available for Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K and Full HD Remaster.
The PC rendition of the title will be available on Steam. Similar to the console adaptation, players will have the ability to change graphics settings but will also have the functionality to change screen resolution settings. The ability to take screenshots via the UI and earn achievements through Steam will be available, as well.
Take a look at the screenshots that have been released for Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K & Full HD Remaster:
Only a Japanese version of the title has been announced so far and will cost 2,800 yen, equivalent to around $25. For fans who pre-order the game, they will receive a 10% discount, an avatar set, and a theme. Pre-orders for the Steam version of the game have not been released, but Square-Enix’s website states it will “Coming Soon”.
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