Valkyrie Elysium, the new action JRPG for PS5, PS4 and PC based on Norse mythology, will have several endings and will be around 20 hours long.
This week one of the JRPG most anticipated of the year, the return of a Square Enix series that we had not seen on home consoles since 2006. Valkyrie Elysium It will be out on PS5, PS4 and PC on September 29, and this time with a worldwide launch that is generating great anticipation.
Valkyrie Profile It’s not Square Enix’s best-known RPG series, in part because its first installment, which came out in 1999 on PlayStation, never made it to Europe. But Valkyrie Elysium is raising great expectations, and it is not for less.
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Valkyrie Elysium will have several endings and will be around 20 hours
Valkyrie Elysium releases this week, and its first review has already been released in Japan, where Famitsu magazine has given it a 33/40. In addition, the critics have revealed other details, such as its duration and that it will have several endings (via NoisyPixel).
This adventure based on Norse mythology will offer various endingsaccording to its first review in its country of origin, although details on how to get them, and how long they will be have not been revealed (will we be facing another NieR Automata case?).
It also doesn’t specify how this will affect the length of the game, which they say will be approximately 20 hoursalthough it could be much more if you want to get all endings.
In any case, they say that if you only go for the main story will last you 18 hoursso it seems that Valkyrie Elysium will have little padding and will go to waste.
The free demo of Valkyrie Elysium has been available since last week, and allows you to try the first chapter, and then keep the save data in the final version, as is often the case with Square Enix demos. Remember that it is a Third person action RPG.
Remember, you can play Valkyrie Elysium this Thursday, September 29 on PS5 and PS4. The PC version will be out a little later, on November 11, and the remaster of the PS1 original, which is part of the Valkyrie Elysium Digital Deluxe Edition, has been pushed back to December.