One of the best JRPG of Atlus, Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne, it will return improved for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC, and its release date has just been confirmed. The 25 of May we will be able to enjoy this demonic adventure, whose reservations are already available.
We already knew that this remastering would come out on PS4 and Switch, but now it is It also confirms its arrival on PC, through Steam. The game had already been released in Japan before, and although it did so with technical problems, the version that reaches the West will have all the corrections and patches implemented since then. Also, the first day there will be another release patch to solve other problems.
This remastering will feature new 3D modeling and backgrounds, a smoother difficulty mode (optional), quick save, new Japanese and English dubbing, and an alternate story with Raidou Kuzunoba. The texts will be in Spanish.
Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster can now be reserved, and if you reserve in advance the Digital Deluxe Edition, you’ll get early access to the four-day game on May 21.
This edition will cost 69.99 euros (the standard costs 49.99) and will include several of the DLC released in Japan, such as the Maniax DLC including Dante from Devil May Cry, an easier difficulty mode and a set of music.
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SMT III originally came out on PS2, in 2003, and was the last of the series on PlayStation before it was made. exclusive to Nintendo notebooks. In fact, although this remake also comes out on PS4 and PC, the next in the series, Shin Megami Tensei V, it will be exclusive to Switch. It will be launched simultaneously around the world and will arrive in Spanish in the summer.
Before that, don’t forget: Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster is out May 25 on PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.