First trailer in English for ‘Star Ocean 5’

The popular Japanese developer Square Enix posted today the first trailer in English for Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, the fifth installment of one of the most popular RPGs in Japan. The title will be launched in that territory this coming March 31 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, while in the West we will see it throughout 2016.

As promised yesterday through the official game account In the West, the trailer gives us a first demonstration of the voices in English and reiterates that this installment will arrive in North America and Europe throughout 2016 as a launch window; although he does not share more specific data. Something we know is that only Japan will have a version available for PlayStation 3, while in the West it will be exclusive to PlayStation 4.

You can take a look at the first western trailer from the game below:


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