Arslan: The Warriors of Legend’s PS4/PS3 Differences Detailed; Reason for Xbox One Version Explained

on September 23, 2015 6:08 PM

Arslan: The Warriors of Legend will come to the west next year for PS4, Xbox One and PS3, and Producer Shigeto Nakadai told DualShockers at Tokyo Game Show that the PS4 version will be “prettier” than the PS3 version, including more enemies on the battlefield and higher texture quality and “Much superior” shaders.

We also learned that the Xbox One version (that surprised many with the announcement for the western market only quite a while after the game was revealed) is already in development, and it’s being worked on simultaneously with the PS4 and PS3 versions.

Nakadai-san explained that Xbox One doesn’t have a market comparable to the west in Japan, but Koei Tecmo understands that in the west the console is very popular, and many users will have only an Xbox One and not a PlayStation console.

That’s why the company’s strategy dictated the western release on Xbox One, and Nakadai-san feels that it does make sense for both the gamers and Koei Tecmo.

 /  Executive News Editor
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