Star Ocean: The Last Hope ‘4K Remaster’ Announced for PS4 & PC!

Square Enix has announced just recently; along with a new trailer that you can check out above, that they’ll be releasing a remaster of their JRPG, Star Ocean: The Last Hope.

Star Ocean: The Last Hope – Remastered!

Star Ocean: The Last Hope  is the fourth installment to the Star Ocean  series, and was originally launched for the Xbox 360 in 2009. It was re-released a year later for the PS3 as Star Ocean: The Last Hope ‘International’with both Eng and Jap voices as well as new content.

Dubbed Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K & Full HD Remaster“,  the announcement was made during the new Star Ocean  Program live-stream episode #17, which you can watch below:

The remaster introduces upgrades the originals’ graphics and performance, and is planned to be launched for the PS4 and PC platforms, with each version having its own set of features:

PlayStation 4 Version

  • Resolution: From 720p on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 –> PlayStation 4 Pro: Maximum 4K / PlayStation 4: Full HD
  • Functionality to change image settings (shadow and blur settings, etc.)
  • Trophy support
  • Share button support

PC Version

  • Functionality to change screen resolution
  • Functionality to change image settings (shadow and blur settings, etc.)
  • Steam Achievements support
  • Mouse, keyboard, and PC controller support
  • Functionality to take screenshots without the UI

Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K & Full HD Remaster  will launch digitally for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam on November 28 in Japan, with a retail price of 2,800 yen.

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One comment on “Star Ocean: The Last Hope ‘4K Remaster’ Announced for PS4 & PC!”

  1. ckmishn says:

    I remember playing this on the 360. It became a nightmare of disc swaps and game crashes. I did eventually make it all the way through the game, but when it was released on the PS3 I felt cheated as I could have played it on a Blu-ray without any disc swaps at all.

    Honestly I don’t remember the game being all that great, save that the graphics were quite good for the time (which, even with a remaster, they wouldn’t be now).


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