Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K & Full HD Remaster announced for PS4 and PC in Japan By Erren Van Duine on October 11, 2017 at 12:26 PM

Square Enix is preparing Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K & Full HD Remaster for PlayStation 4 and PC in Japan, the company announced today. Due out as a digital-only title on November 28, the revamped port will run at a cost of 2,800 yen for both platforms.

Naturally, each version will have their own set of differences. The PS4 version will support Full HD on the base model and a maximum of 4K on PS4 Pro. You’ll also have the option to change image settings such as shadows, blur, etc. Trophy and share button support are included as well.

The PC version will have several resolution options, image quality settings, Steam Achievements, mouse, keyboard and PC controller support and the ability to take screenshots by turning off the user interface.

Square Enix has provided an announcement trailer, which we’ve linked below.

  • Randy Marsh

    Nice that SO4 is getting an HD remaster. After this every game except the original Star Ocean will be on the PS4.

  • Soldier Blue

    Woah, the main looks exactly like Cloud Strife in AC minus the spikes.
    Those mannequin pan faces could prove distracting.

  • stevenm281

    Wow!! That is quite the upgrade!

    Now I really want to see FF13 and/or its trilogy on PS4

  • stevenm281

    who knows, maybe a remake is in the works…

  • Patrick Bateman

    face looks like a young Zack before he gets the Buster Sword in the banner pic

  • Kent

    The impossible platinum is back for PS4, grind forever in 4K!

  • Artemis Polara

    Whooo… the second worst Star Ocean… I already played and beat it, I’m good. Thanks for the option though.

  • Maybe if they put the money they used to remaster this and the money the used on SO5 together they’d have made a better game altogether out of SO5.

  • xMysticx

    Radiata Stories please !!!

  • Bank

    I actually still have the PS3 International ver. in the pipeline but if this is ~$30NZD then I’ll bite. Load times and quality of life is gaming’s true vision.