Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne’s high-definition remaster version has now a release date in the West, and so it will soon launch on May 25, announced Atlus. It’ll be available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC.
It’ll mark the Remaster version of Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne HD worldwide presentation on PC. Initially, the Japanese role-playing game was released in 2003 on PlayStation 2. Last October, the game was launched in Japan, where it was available on PS4 and Switch only.
This updated version provides remastered backgrounds and 3D models and new features like suspend save option, extra difficulty settings, an alternate story branch, and voice acting (which for the Western delivery, in both English and Japanese is available).
The game includes a turn-based combat system letting you accumulate more data about your enemies and enroll enemies by getting on their great side. The mechanics’ introduction like these are something at first recognized the Megami Tensei franchise and made Nocturne into a darling jewel.
Nocturne takes place in modern-day Tokyo’s post-apocalyptic version. The player assumes responsibility for a high schooler who fuses with Magatama, the demon and turns into an evil spirit himself. His journey follows him as chaos spreads out over Japan’s capital and demons from the underworld accumulate all through the city.
Shin Megami Tensei III Remaster availability and price:
The remastered version will be available at $49.99 on all platforms. You can pre-order the Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne HD Remaster from any platform. In case you wish to buy the Digital Deluxe Edition, then it’ll cost you $69.99, and you will be able to start playing on May 21. This package additionally includes a lot of extra substance, like four background music packs with eight tracks all total, new characters, and the Mercy and Expectation Map Pack.
A simpler difficulty level called Merciful is also added in the Digital Deluxe Edition.