The HD-2D remake of classic SNES RPG LIVE A LIVE is no longer exclusive to the Nintendo Switch, now being officially out on PC, PS4 and PS5.
A free demo is available for PS4 and PS5 and goes live later today on Steam. Pre-orders also receive a 20 percent discount.
The HD-2D Nintendo Switch remake has crossed 500,000 units in digital sales and worldwide shipments, Square Enix has announced.
LIVE A LIVE has posted decent numbers in the Japanese charts upon launch, but has seen lower sales than Square Enix's previous HD-2D games.
Guerrilla Games' open world action RPG saw a 120% increase in sales over last week, thanks almost entirely to its PS5 version.
The HD-2D remake RPG is out now, offering eight different stories across several time periods, each with unique mechanics.
The HD-2D remake of the classic SNES RPG launches exclusively for the Nintendo Switch in a week's time, on July 22.
The demo will encompass the beginnings of the Imperial China, Edo Japan, and The Distant Future chapters, with save data being transferrable to the full game.
Play as MMA artist Masaru Takahara and support unit Cube among others in the HD-2D remake when it launches on July 22nd for Nintendo Switch.
Additionally, a recent stream also showed off over 30 collective minutes of gameplay from the Edo Japan and Present Day timelines.
Knowing from the get go that the remake would use HD-2D visuals helped cut down plenty of production time, according to the developers.
The upcoming HD-2D RPG remake will feature several stories set across different time periods, two of which are highlighted in new trailers.
LIVE A LIVE and Dragon Quest 3 are both in line for full-blown HD-2D remakes, but there might be more in the pipeline beyond those two.
From the wild west to the near future, from a caveman to a ninja, LIVE A LIVE's stories will have several surprises up their sleeves.
LIVE A LIVE, the game that inspired Octopath Traveler, is getting a full HD-2D remake for the Nintendo Switch on July 22.
The 1994 RPG gets a surprising filing seemingly out of nowhere.