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Ys: Memories of Celceta Remaster Will Arrive in Spring 2020 and Include Dual Audio Options

We now have a better idea of when the Ys: Memories of Celceta PlayStation 4 remaster will be released. XSEED Games has confirmed it will appear in Spring 2020. It will have both English and Japanese voice acting, with the PC version of the game also getting the dual audio option via an eventual patch.

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In addition to the remaster release window and audio options, a Ys: Memories of Celceta PlayStation 4 collector’s edition was revealed. While a standard digital copy will be $29.99, people will be able to get a $39.99 Timeless Adventurer Edition from the XSEED Games Store. This will give people a physical copy of the game, twelve 4” x 6” art cards showing different Ys heroines, and a soundtrack CD. The CD encompasses tracks from throughout Ys’ history and was from the Ys 25th Anniversary Pack. As XSEED’s press release noted, it includes “9 re-arranged songs from Ys I through Ys Seven and Ys Origin along with another 5 songs from the original MSX release.”

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The Ys: Memories of Celceta PlayStation 4 remaster appeared in Japan in May 2019, giving people a new control scheme, a game that runs at 60FPS, and HD graphics. You can check out its opening movie online.

Ys: Memories of Celceta will come to the PlayStation 4 outside of Japan in Spring 2020. It is immediately available in Japan. It is also available on the PlayStation Vita and PC worldwide.

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