XSEED Announced a Brand New PC Port of Ys Seven

XSEED Announced a Brand New PC Port of Ys Seven

The Falcom RPG is ditching the PSP

XSEED just revealed a brand new PC port for Ys Seven. The port is set for release this summer.

The PC version will include HD resolutions and 60 fps framerate, along with controller support, Steam and GOG achievements, and more than 30 hours of gameplay.

Ys is a popular cult RPG series from Nihon Falcom that follows heroes Adol Christin and Dogi as they wander the land and end up falling into a new adventure. Ys Seven first came out on the PSP in Japan in 2009, and a year later in North America, and once again picks up with Adol and Dogi as they try and fight five dragons who would otherwise bring about a great calamity.

This new PC port should not be confused with a 2012 PC port developed for the Chinese video game market. Instead, XSEED is publishing a brand new port for PC.

Ys Seven was well received when it was first released on the PSP, with RPGFan naming it the "Overall Best RPG of E3" that year. This PC port marks another of Falcom's Ys RPG coming to the PC, with stream commenters noting that now all of the English PSP Falcom titles are on Steam.

No word yet on a specific release date, but it should be out this summer.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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