Square Enix has finally confirmed that “Star Ocean: The Last Hope” – 4K and Full Hd Remaster will be coming to North America soon. The video game will be launched on the PlayStation 4 and PC through the Steam platform.

Monolith Soft has also revealed new information about their upcoming Japanese role playing game “Xenoblade Chronicles 2.” The game company has introduced another rare blade, which has the element of electricity. They also introduced one of the drivers in the game and other features.

Remastered PS3 game coming to North America

The game publisher confirmed on Oct. 19 that “Star Ocean: The Last Hope” remastered version will be coming to North America on Nov.

28. It was first announced to be released on Japan at first, but it was obvious that a western release was going to be announced soon. Players will be able to play this classic video game on the PlayStation 4 and PC through the Steam platform.

Improvements of the remastered version

The remastered game will have up to 4K resolution on the PS4 Pro and PC. The regular PS4 console will have a 1080p resolution.

Players who want to play the PC version can use the keyboard and mouse controls as an option. Both versions of the remastered game will have superior levels of detail settings.

Price and perks

The PS4 and PC versions of the game have a price tag of $20.99 only. PlayStation Plus and Steam Users get a 10 percent discount that will only last until Dec. 12.

PlayStation users can get a free PS4 theme and PSN avatars as a reward for buying the game before January 8, 2018.

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Steam users can also get a downloadable mini-soundtrack for collection purposes.

Requirements for the PC version

PC users will need to prepare for the requirements of the video game before they decide to purchase it. The minimum system requirements include an OS of Windows 7 64 bit, a processor of at least Intel core i3 2100 or AMD A8- 6500, a memory of at least 2 GB RAM, and Direct X version 11.The minimum requirements are quite easy to achieve compared to the recent games.

‘Xenoblade Chronicles 2’ gets new rare blade

In other related gaming news, “Xenoblade Chronicles 2” gets new information about a new rare blade called Raiko. Her powers are electricity-based, and she was designed by Asato Mizu. She has a cheerful personality that will liven up the group.

A new driver character named Nia was also revealed. They also showed how time progresses in the game with dynamic features. Each event scene can be shown in different conditions.

The upcoming video game will be a Nintendo Switch exclusive game. It will be launched worldwide on Dec. 1.

Check out the "Xenoblade Chronicles 2" Trailer here: