The Last Remnant is getting remastered and will launch this year on December 8, 2018, in Japan exclusively on PS4.
Published and developed by Square Enix, The Final Remnant is the RPG we below no circumstances saw salvage it to the PlayStation three.
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Pre-TGS 2018 announcements continue with Square Enix announcing the return of a cult hit RPG.
Last week, the game was inexplicably removed from Steam with no explanation offered by Square Enix, but now we know why.
The Last Remnant Remastered, a rejigged version of 2008's fan-favourite RPG, is coming to PlayStation 4 in the United States and United Kingdom on December 6, publisher Square Enix has announced. This, of course, means he has to leave home and gets wrapped up in political tale surrounding Remnants (ancient magical artifacts) and those people bound to them and able to wield their power. I don't believe any DLC existed for The Last Remnant and there isn't a mention of PS4 Pro support, so your guess is as good as mine. It was, in fact, the first Square Enix game to use the engine and like many games using Epic's engine, the title suffered from severe texture pop-in issues.
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Knife attacks by disgruntled people in public places and schools to highlight their grievances periodically occur in China. A local government statement described the event as a "deliberate, malicious case of driving with intent to injure".
THE LAST REMNANT Remastered will be available digitally via the PlayStation Network for $19.99 on December 6.
Check back with us near the release date for our review of the game.
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