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The Last Remnant Remastered gets an English teaser trailer, release date and new high quality screenshots By Raptorchan on September 12, 2018 at 3:19 AM

On September 10th, Square Enix announced that a remastered edition of The Last Remnant for PlayStation 4 was underway, and would be available as a digital download on December 6th, 2018 in Japan. Now it has been revealed that the U.S will also be getting The Last Remnant Remastered on the same day, just in time for the game’s 10th Anniversary. It will be available for $19.99 as a digital download.

Below is official art and screenshots featuring key characters and gameplay, giving us a glimpse of what the combat looks like with the new graphics update.

The Last Remnant Remastered will feature updated graphics enabled by Unreal Engine 4 and will include all the enhancements that the recently discontinued PC version possessed. You can check out the official English teaser trailer below.

The Last Remnant Remastered is scheduled for release on December 6, 2018 for PlayStation 4.

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  • Krijn van Alten

    And no word on Europe? Well, that’s certainly not the first time in Square Enix history we have been left out.

  • Cody

    I discovered this game a few weeks ago, how ironic. I haven’t played it, but I think I’ve heard it’s some how connected to ff12/tactics? Is that true, if so how?

  • Years go by but all they can think to do is make something look better.
    Not add to its mechanics. Not add more scenes. Not add more dungeons or armor or weapons.
    Just make it shiny.

  • Justice V

    That’s usually how remasters are meant to be. Reworking gameplay and adding things should either have a new name (like Yakuza Kiwami rather than just being called Yakuza Remaster/HD) or be called a remake.

  • Justice V

    If anything just looks like some of the dev team was working on both at some point and the Scenario writer/EP for Last Remnant was a Producer on XII. Story wise and character/gameplay wise it’s nothing close to Ivalice world.

  • My point is too many remasters and not enough full on remixes of games. There’s more you can improve on a game than just making it look better.