Following its surprise removal from Steam last week, Square Enix has announced The Last Remnant Remastered for PlayStation 4. It is set to release on December 6, 2018 in Japan for 3,980 yen, and includes the updates to the game made for the PC version. It will be a download-only title, and the previously used Unreal Engine 3 will be replaced with Unreal Engine 4.
Update: Square Enix has confirmed The Last Remnant Remastered will also release in the west on December 6 as a digital-only title for the PS4. It will be priced at $19.99. We have updated the teaser trailer below for the English one.
Update 2: In a post on PlayStation Blog, Square Enix states that the remaster will have "no new content", but will offer faster movement in the field, more save slots, along with tweaks to lighting and UI elements. A new set of 1080p screenshots can be found in the updated gallery.
More details on this remaster will be revealed at Tokyo Game Show, which begins on September 20. A special broadcast will be held on September 22 at 11:30 Japan time.
For now, you can check out a teaser trailer and check out the official website.
THE LAST REMNANT Remastered tells the story of a world filled with “Remnants” — ancient artefacts that grant mysterious power to their wielders, changing the world’s balance and leading to an era of countless frays between those who ruled, and those who obeyed. Within this war-torn fantasy world, players will follow the journey of a young man who is determined to uncover the truth.
We've collected screenshots and artwork from the official website and placed into the gallery below: