SQUARE ENIX confirmed today that the RPG classic Romancing SaGa 3 will arrive in the Americas on November 11, 2019, 24 years after the game’s initial Japanese release. SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS™ will release for the first time in the Americas shortly after on December 3. Both titles will be available on modern consoles and mobile platforms, with new content, optimized graphics and updated gameplay controls.
Romancing SaGa 3 gives players the freedom to forge their own path, choosing to play through eight different narratives led by eight protagonists, each with their own motives and unique personalities. Developed by industry veterans, including renowned developer Akitoshi Kawazu (FINAL FANTASY, Romancing SaGa, SaGa Frontier), this HD remaster will feature optimized graphics, a new dungeon called the “Phantom Maze” to explore and a NEW GAME+ function. The upcoming remaster adds new storylines to the game, making it the perfect time for both new and veteran players to experience the SaGa series.
SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS is an enhanced version of the 2016 title SaGa SCARLET GRACE, originally released exclusively in Japan. Packed with a variety of improvements and additions, this version includes new and improved graphics, character voiceovers, two new characters not included in the game’s initial release and more. Newcomers and long-time fans of the franchise can shape their own destiny with one of four protagonists, Urpina, Taria, Balmant and Leonard. Each hero has their own unique storyline, which allows players to enjoy four different adventures in one title.
Romancing SaGa 3 will be available on November 11 on the Nintendo Switch system, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X, Windows 10, STEAM, the App Store® and Google Play.
SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS will be available on December 3 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, STEAM, the App Store and Google Play.
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