Square Enix announced that it has delayed the discharge of the Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth remaster to December 22. It will not launch alongside the discharge of Valkyrie Elysium on PlayStation.
“As we have fun the upcoming launch of Valkyrie Elysium, we, sadly, need a bit extra time for Valkryie Profile: Lenneth to improve the standard of the title and have determined to maneuver the discharge date to December 22, 2022,” Square Enix says on Twitter.
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— Valkyrie Elysium (@ValkyrieGame) September 22, 2022
The remaster is a bonus for people who pre-ordered the Valkyrie Elysium Digital Deluxe Edition on PlayStation 4 and 5. It’s being ported from the PlayStation Portable model and consists of new quality of life options corresponding to rewind, fast save, and visible preset functionality. In Japan, the sport could be bought individually for 2,750 yen (~$20 USD), but it’s at present unknown whether or not that will be the case in other territories.
Valkyrie Elysium launches on September 29 for PlayStation 4 and 5, with a PC release on November 11. It’s worth noting that the Digital Deluxe Edition of the sport on PC seemingly doesn’t include the Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth remaster.
Free DLC shall be added to the sport on November 11 as properly, coinciding with the PC release. It contains the Seraphic Gates problem areas and a separate game mode referred to as “Hilde’s Vengeance” the place gamers can play as Hilde, the Valkyrie wearing black. Harder problem modes might be available too.
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