The PS4 remaster of Valkyria Chronicles is heading stateside this Spring, SEGA has confirmed in a press release.
SEGA first announced an HD remake of the PS3 tactical role-playing game back in November. When it arrives on the new Sony console, it will feature both Japanese and English audio, upgraded visuals, and unlike its PS3 counterpart, Trophies (Is there a Platinum?).
Whenever it launches in Spring, as the date has not been specified, Valkyria Chronicles Remastered will cost $29.99 at retail stores, with the first-run and pre-order copies including a special case with artwork of the game’s main squad.
This is the third platform Valkyria Chronicles has released on. After it released on PS3, it released onto the Steam platform in 2014.
Later this year, fans of Valkyria Chronicles are getting a new game called Valkyria: Azure Revolution. The game has not been confirmed for a Western release at this time, so stay tuned.
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