Omega Quintet Being Ported To PCs In 2017




Compile Heart’s first PlayStation 4 game is coming to PCs. Ghostlight Interactive has announced it will be bringing Omega Quintet to Windows PCs via Steam in 2017. This means more people will be able to help the Verse Maidens Otoha, Kyoka, Kanadeko, Nene, and Aria use the power of music and chain their attacks with the Harmonics system to save humans and the world from the Blare. In addition to traditional turn-based battles and dungeon crawling, players are able to use the Promotional Video System to create performances.


A few of the PC-specific features for Omega Quintet were also announced. It will offer keyboard and mouse and controller support and have different screen resolution options. People will also be able to enjoy Steam Cloud saves and earn Steam Achievements. Trading card support wasn’t announced.


Omega Quintet debuted on the PlayStation 4 in Japan in 2014, followed by a 2015 North American and European release.

Jenni Lada
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