Following the announcement of the PC version of Granblue Fantasy Versus, Xseed Games followed up with more information via press release.
We learn that the Steam version of the game will include graphical customization options and support for multiple languages.
Keyboard and mouse, as well as gamepads, will be supported.
Voice-overs will be both in Japanese and English, while subtitles will be in English, Japanese, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish, with Traditional and Simplified Chinese and Korean to be added at a later date.
The PC version will have two editions, the standard edition will sell for $59.99.
The “Character Pass Set” including the character Color Pack DLC, the Character Pass (with 5 additional characters), and the Lobby Avatar “Nice-abs Vyrn” will be priced at $79.99.
Unfortunately, buying the PC version will not grant the in-game bonuses for the original Granblue Fantasy mobile game.
Granblue Fantasy Versus launched on February 6 in Japan and Asia for PS4, while western players are still waiting for the North American release on March 3, 2020 and for the European one on March 27. The PC version will launch worldwide on March 13.
If you want to see more of the game, you can also enjoy the epic opening cutscene, the prologue, a trailer showcasing the soundtrack, another starring Zeta and Vaseraga, one revealing Metera, one showing off the RPG Mode, a few screenshots from a few months ago, another trailer revealing Percival and his first gameplay, another video announcing the previous character Ladiva, the video that came before featuring Lowain,
Incidentally, the original Granblue Fantasy is available for iOS, Android, and PC via browsers. If you want to give it a try to prepare for the release of the console games, you can read my detailed guide on how to create an account, install the game, and play in English.