XSEED Brings Ys: Memories of Celceta to PC in the West in 2018
XSEED reveals there plans to release the once PS Vita exclusive Ys: Memories of Celceta onto PC in 2018
Today, western publisher XSEED announced during a special Livestream-via Twitch their plans to bring Ys: Memories of Celceta to PC in 2018
Originally released on PlayStation Vita in 2013, Ys: Memories of Celceta takes place one year after the events of Ys II as the red hair adventurer Adol Christian stumbles into the town of Casnan suffering from amnesia. During his adventure, Adol seeks the answers to the many questions that he has as an information dealer named Duren accompanies him on his quest.
Gameplay in Ys: Memories of Celceta is much like previous entries in the Ys series where players hack n slash their way through hordes of beasts. However, this entry in the series marks a new feature for the series which gives characters the ability to use special skills as well as an EXTRA move that hits with a high level of damage. Additionally, each party member has a weapon that is able to either inflict Slash, Strike or Pierce damage. Certain enemies are weak to specific weapon types so players must switch between characters to cause higher damage.
The PC version of the game is upscaled to 1080p with the option to run at higher resolutions and can run at multiple frame rates, including unlocked.
In case you missed it, we recently took a look back on the past PC games put out by XSEED and their future moving forward with the platform.
You can check out some PC screenshots below: