If the game will be available in physics on consoles, a Digital Premium Edition in digital will add the soundtrack for the PS4, PS5 and PC versions. Pre-orders of the digital edition will already include three excerpts from this soundtrack, while reservations for the digital Deluxe edition will add a mini OST of the original game, released in 1995 on the Super Famicom, before experiencing the joys of a adaptation on PlayStation and Saturn. Europe, for its part, had to wait for the release of a first remake on PSP to finally taste the vision of the tactical RPG according to Yasumi Matsuno, an inspiration that he will extend a few years later at Square for Final Fantasy Tactics.
Privileged as they are, Japanese players can count on a large collector’s edition reserved for the Square Enix store. 22,000 yen (€162) of pure pleasure which includes a mini CD of 15 re-recorded tracks with an orchestra, a script book in three volumes for each chapter, an official artbook with illustrations by Akihiko Yoshida, Tsubasa Masao and consorts, a game of three tarot cards with a storage pouch and a mat, all in a special box.
As for the game itself, it is worth remembering that it is based on the PSP version of 2010 by offering graphic and sound improvements as well as a modernization of certain aspects such as game speed, the class system, the interface and artificial intelligence, without forgetting the addition of practical features such as automatic saving or the famous rewind, thanks to the arcana of the Tarot. The cutscenes will be fully dubbed in English and Japanese, and all music has been re-recorded. In short, enough to relive the destiny of Denam and the conflict that ignites the islands of Valeria with maximum comfort.