Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana for Nintendo Switch Gets Summer Release and Exclusive Content

During NIS America’s annual media event in San Francisco, which DualShockers attended, the book announced a   release window to the Nintendo Switch interface of Nihon Falcom’s action-JRPG Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana.

The game will strike on the North European and American Houses for Nintendo’so console this summer, even if a more precise release date was not shared.

The port will be based on the version, and it will include content that is exclusive for the Switch. It will come pre-packaged with   the Deserted Pirate costumes, the Tropic Swimwear costumes, Laxia’s rather alluring “Eternian Scholar” costume along with six other cosmetic DLC.

Should you ’ re unfamiliar with the name, an official description can be read by you in NIS America below.

Concerning the game:
Ys returns with a brand-new experience for the very first time in 8 decades! Awakens stranded on a island and shipwrecked. There, he and another shipwrecked passengers he rescues kind a village to challenge fearsome beasts and mystical ruins on the isolated island. Bearing this, Adol starts to dream of a mysterious blue‐haired maiden living in an unfamiliar world. Combine Adol as he unravels the riddle of the cursed isle and also the blue‐haired maiden Dana at Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA!

Key Features:

  • An Epic Tale ‐ Follow Adol on his latest adventure and uncover the mysteries of the cursed island.
  • Party On! ‐ Change your playable character on‐the‐fly as you struggle ferocious foes in lightning‐fast battle.
  • The other Side ‐ Unravel the mystery of this blue‐haired maiden Dana via her distinctive gameplay sections. ‐ Rescue your fellow shipwrecked passengers and bring them into your own village where they will offer valuable services.

You may have a look at a brand-new trailer below, and a couple of new screenshots of the Switch variant of the game. If you wish to see more, you may even enjoy our review of the PS4 version, which recently obtained a patch along with the PS Vita version completely overhauling the localization (the Switch variant will add it in the get-go). A PC version is also forthcoming, however has recently been postponed to a yet unannounced date.

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