New Features for the PS4 Version of Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana Announced

Nihon Falcon's JRPG Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana will get some new content added to the PlayStation 4 version when they make their way to the west.

By Alex Wallace

February 23, 2017

Earlier this month, Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana was announced to be coming to the west for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Windows. Following this announcement, developer Nihon Falcon has revealed that there will be new features will be coming to the PlayStation 4 version.

The first of these new features is a new dungeon for players to explore which will come with its own batch of monsters for the payer to tackle.

The second addition is an attribute-altering accessory that can be obtained under certain conditions (these conditions are not currently known). This accessory will allow the player to switch the party member’s attack attributes to cutting, batting, or shooting. The purpose if this is to provide players the chance to optimize their team whilst keeping a degree of balance.

The final feature is the ability to alter the number of active party members to fit the individual gamer’s preferences, whether they prefer to travel alone, or with a band of adventurers. That being said, the party leader, Adol, must always remain active.

Screenshots of the new features can be seen below:

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Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana will be coming to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC sometime this fall. No specific date has been announced just yet.

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Alex Wallace

G'Day everyone, I'm Alex. I'm a Weekday News Writer for DualShockers. I've been gaming my whole life, mostly on PlayStations (Crash: CTR is better than Mario Kart). My favorite genres include Visual Novels, JRPGs, Open World/Sandbox, and Action-Platformers. My favorite franchises include Ratchet and Clank, Assassin's Creed, Pokemon, and Final Fantasy. It is my hope that my writing can provide a humorous, unique, and even academic view on video games to better the industry and inform my readers.

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