Ys 9: Monstrum Nox is a role playing game developed and published by Nihom Falcom.
It takes place after Ys Seven, following Adol Christin’s adventure in the prison city of Balduq in Gllia.
The company reported net sales of 5,716 million yen, up by 7.8 percent year-on-year, and a final profit of 1,273 million yen, an increase of 40.7 percent.
The surprise performance patch also adjusts the refresh rate selection algorithm and also signs the executables, preventing false positives.
The new co-op mode allows for two players to freely explore, utilize abilities, converse with NPCs, character switch and much more.
The new draw distance is even higher than Ultra and is meant for very-high end systems along with future-proofing the title.
PH3 Games CTO Peter "Durante" Thoman also breaks down some of the PC version's features including high frame rates and ultrawide support.
In addition to other minor fixes.
Adol's latest adventure finally has a release date for other platforms.
Nihon Falcom's action RPG is currently available for PS4.
A top game in a perpetually underappreciated series.
Switch and PC versions will be coming later in the year.
The game release for PS4 in February.
The six playable Monstrum and their Gifts are revealed.
A Limited Edition has also been revealed and detailed.
Code Vein and Ys IX: Monstrum Nox also debut in the top 5.
Falcom is focused on completing development and releasing the title in Japan first.
Check out how each Monstrum performs in combat.
Adol Christin's look confirmed, along with some new gameplay details.
Nihon Falcom confirms a concrete launch window for the RPG.
Nihon Falcom president will also discuss the future of the Trails franchise.
The next installment of the storied franchises promises to be a reboot of sorts.