News OCTOPATH TRAVELER | The award-winning RPG comes to PC! (Announcement Trailer)

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COMING TO STEAM® ON JUNE 7, 2019

Eight travelers. Eight adventures. Eight roles to play. Embark on an epic journey across the vast and wondrous world of Orsterra and discover the captivating stories of each of the eight travelers.

  • Play as eight different characters, each with their own stories to uncover and side quests to complete
  • Explore the enchanting yet perilous world of Orsterra, spanning 8 vast regions and discover each character’s full story as their journey unfolds
  • Use each character's distinctive abilities (Path Actions), skills and talents in frenetic battles
  • Enjoy the accessible yet deep turn-based combat battle system and break through enemy lines by identifying and targeting their weaknesses
  • Solve side quests and story scenarios in a few different ways and take decisions that shape your path
  • Experience visuals inspired by retro 2D RPGs with beautiful realistic elements set in a 3D world
 

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Why did I bought this barely one month ago on a Switch. :suicide-blob:

Glad to see it coming to PC though, it would be a shame if this game was stuck on a single platform forever.
 
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Here's hoping for 4K support and unlocked frame-rates. Also I wanna see how certain ReShade options will mess with the effects of this old-style game. I wonder if artificial scanlines will hurt or help the Art for example...
 
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I was hyped for this game but then I started reading opinions of users that finished the game instead of all the reviews and... there is quite a difference.
 
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Delusi

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My interest is more from a business perspective, given that the Switch version was published by Nintendo outside of Japan. It does make me wonder whether the two Marvelous projects that Nintendo are publishing outside of Japan (No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again and Daemon X Machina) are possibilities for a PC port down the line.
 
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My interest is more from a business perspective, given that the Switch version was published by Nintendo outside of Japan. It does make me wonder whether the two Marvelous projects that Nintendo are publishing outside of Japan (No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again and Daemon X Machina) are possibilities for a PC port down the line.
i think as long as it's not actually bankrolled by nintendo - everything is possible
 

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Checking, and the official websites for both games doesn't list Nintendo among the companies involved with the game, Heck, Daemon's site a subdomain of Marvelous' Japanese site.
I think it depends on the relationship Nintendo has with the company. They let Sega put Bayonetta's Japanese VA on the PC release, despite being funded by them.
 
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Delusi

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I think it depends on the relationship Nintendo has with the company. They let Sega put Bayonetta's Japanese VA on the PC release, despite being funded by them.
I get the impression that Marvelous and Nintendo has had a good relationship with each other, given that they managed to get Senran Kagura announcements into Nintendo Directs (albeit Japan only), plus Rune Factory 4 Special and Rune Factory 5 announcements globally.

Whether that converts into not doing PC ports, I wouldn't know. I did raise an eyebrow at a lack of a PC version of Senran Kagura Peach Ball, for example.
 
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