Square Enix announced during the Latest Star Ocean Program live stream that Star Ocean: The Last Hope is headed to PS4 and PC as a “4K & Full HD Remaster.”
Star Ocean: The Last Hope originally released back in February 2009 on Xbox 360, followed by the International version on PS3 in February 2010. You can check out various parts of gameplay for the upcoming remaster, which Square Enix says is pretty much already playable so the wait shouldn’t be too long.
Compared to the original Xbox 360 and PS3 version that ran the game at 720p resolution, the remaster will support up to 4K resolution on PS4 Pro and in full-HD for standard PS4. In addition to various visual configurations, it’ll have trophy and share function support.
The PC version of the game will make it the very first Star Ocean entry to release on PC, and it’ll be available via Steam with various resolution options. It’ll support mouse & keyboard as well as controllers for the PC. There’s also a screenshot function on PC that removes the UI to take better shots.
You can check out more footage from the program recording.
Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K & Full HD Remaster is in development for PlayStation 4 and PC.