Tales of Zestiria Officially Announced For The PC

A couple of days ago, we informed you about the leaked PC and PS4 versions of Tales of Zestiria. And today Bandai Namco officially announced that it will be bringing this title to PC via Steam.

For more than 20 years, the “Tales Of” franchise has been captivating fans around the world with its traditional Japanese RPG elements married with innovative real-time combat systems and beloved characters.

Tales of Zestiria introduces a new version of its celebrated real-time battle system, allowing for faster combat with side dashes and new combo opportunities with the fusion techniques.

“Throughout his quest, Sorey will befriend humans and spirits known as Seraphim, unseen to most humans, to aide him on his journey. Because of Sorey’s unique ability to communicate with the Seraphim he is able to fuse with their essence to create new elemental artes for strategic attacks to decimate foes.”

Herve Hoerdt, Vice President of Marketing & Digital at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe, said:

“The Tales Of series continues to connect with RPG fans searching for a pure Japanese role-playing experience. With the high adoption rate of the current generation of consoles and continued popularity of the PC platform, we are more than excited to be able to adapt Tales of Zestiria to the PS4 and STEAM exclusively for Western fans across the Americas and Europe. Players will now be able to choose which platform they want to experience the Tales of Zestiria adventure on!”

Enjoy!

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