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Konami has announced HD remasters for Suikoden I & Suikoden II, first details and screenshots

At TGS 2022, Konami announced an HD remaster of the first Suikoden game, Genso Suikoden. The original game came out in 1995 on the 32-bit Playstation console. However, and contrary to other Konami games, this JRPG never found its way to PC.

In order to celebrate this announcement, Konami has aired the game’s announcement trailer. Konami also showcased this HD remaster during a special event. From what we could see, the game retains its 2D sprites.

Although Konami has not revealed the platforms for which this HD remaster will come out, we can assume that it will be also coming to PC.

Enjoy its announcement trailer below and stay tuned for more!

Suikoden I&II HD Remaster Gate Rune and Dunan Unification Wars Announcement Trailer

UPDATE:

Konami has launched the Steam page for Suikoden I&II HD Remaster Gate Rune and Dunan Unification Wars. As such, Konami will be offering HD remasters of both Suikoden 1 and Suikoden 2.

Here are their key features:

  • All background illustrations have been upgraded to HD
  • Updated effects breathe new life into the pixel art animation
  • New environmental sounds effects to immerse yourself in this fantasy world
  • Battle SFX are also now HD and add a new level of realism
  • Newly added auto-save
  • Battle Fast Forward
  • Conversation Log

Suikoden I&II HD Remaster Gate Rune and Dunan Unification Wars will release in 2023. Below you can also find its first screenshots.

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