Recently, NIS America announced the Falcom developed action RPG Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana will make its way onto Nintendo Switch at an unannounced date.
During a particular Livestream hosted on the writer, the group dealt with questions concerning the Switch variation of the game by stating they aren’t prepared to disclose any information about the Switch interface at the moment. But they did let fans are aware that the of this game will be contained on the Switch cartridge.
This won’t be true for physical duplicates of the PlayStation 4 along with PlayStation Vita versions of the game. Rather, owners need to download an upgrade patch to acquire the re-localization that will require 279 MB for the Vita version and 1.16 GB for the PS4 variant.
Possessing the re-localization on cartridge or disk is advantageous to owners because owners will have access to the patch even though the digital shop gets shut down or NISA removes the upgrade later on.
The re-localization project started when pointed out errors which NISA had made in Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana’s Language localization. The writer that this wasn’t up to par with all the firm’s criteria. Back in October, NISA apologized due to their mistake and chose to re-localize each line of text in addition to record new songs together with all the original voice actors.
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana is accessible today for PS4 and PS Vita, with a PC port in Route.