Nayuta no Kiseki Kai

Nayuta no Kiseki Kai PS4 Remaster Gets Japanese Release Date & New Screenshots

Today Nihon Falcom announced the release date of its upcoming JRPG Nayuta no Kiseki Kai for PS4, which is a remaster of the PSP classic.

Today Nihon Falcom announced the release date of its upcoming JRPG Nayuta no Kiseki Kai.

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The game will launch on the local market on June 24, 2021 both digitally and physically. The digital version will cost  3,600 yen plus taxes, while the disk will be priced at 3,980 yen plus taxes.

Alongside the announcement, we also got a batch of screenshots and the official box art, which you can see below.

We also learn that those who pre-order the game will receive a soundtrack with 50 tracks as a bonus. You can see the cover in the gallery.

Nayuta no Kiseki Kai will be a PS4 remaster of the PSP original Nayuta No Kiseki action JRPG supporting 60 FPS and various graphical enhancements, on top of improved Music and sound effects and an overhauled UI.

Nayuta no Kiseki’s Event scenes have also been redesigned with new illustrations for the remaster.

At the moment, there is no information about a possible western release.

Incidentally, just yesterday we learned that Nihon Falcom has been doing very well financially during the Holiday season.


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