SaGa Frontier Remastered has been announced. This is an improved version of Square’s 1998 PS1 JRPG. First released in the United States in 1998, the game has been remastered for Switch, PS4, mobile, and PC, with some cut content restored for this new version.
SaGa Frontier has introduced players to seven potential protagonists, allowing them to explore the game world in a non-linear way. In the case of remastering, eight characters have appeared. A fuse that was displayed on the Start screen but was not available in the game has been restored. Each character has its own goals and endings, so you can play the game up to eight times and have different experiences for each character.
Besides Hughes, scenes and sections cut from the original release have been restored. This should be the ultimate version of Saga Frontier.
Set in the entire solar system, the game was considered confusing by many critics at the time, but it’s been well received and enthusiastic in Japan. You can check the remastered version in the trailer below.
The game will be released in the summer of 2021.
Square Enix has remastered and released several different SaGa games over the last two years. In 2019, Romancing SaGa 3 and Saga: Scarlet Grace appeared in the latest system.
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