A dataminer shows some leaks that seem to reveal the release of Shin Megami Tensei V also on PC and PS4
It’s been eight years since the release of Shin Megami Tensei IV, the fourth mainline chapter of the series, very well received by critics and fans, collecting a success surpassed only by Persona 4, another well-known Atlus title. Just three years later, in 2016, Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse was also released, which was believed to too similar to the previous one in many respects.
Since then, passionate gamers of the series have eagerly awaited the arrival of something new – the Nocturne remaster was certainly a welcome surprise, but the lack of news on SMTV has begun to weigh heavily. Finally, on November 11, the title came out exclusively for Nintendo Switch, and all players without consoles try in every way to access it, even with the use of emulators. These labors though could become useless, since recent leaks reveal how Shin Megami Tensei V could also have an release on PS4 and PC.
Shin Megami Tensei V release on PS4 and PC leaked as it was for Nocturne remaster
The leak of the arrival on PC of Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne Remaster was born after the registration of the title in the ESRB and PEGI charts, and was then followed by some files within the game showing a version for Steam. Official confirmation came a short time later; this move by Atlus, combined with the launch of Persona 4 Golden on PC, was to demonstrate the will of the company and SEGA inexplore other platforms and enter the videogame market more widely, in every possible platform.
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In a new leak released by a dataminer, which found in the PS4 and PC game files as the platforms to which Shin Megami Tensei V is directed, the hypothesis is reinforced that would confirm the release on Steam of another of the games featured in the GeForce leak a few months ago. In addition, on other platforms, players may alter graphics settings of SMTV, adjusting the resolution, post-processing, shadow quality and texture.
However, it is not known how long it might take until a confirmation from Atlus: we must remember how the Nocturne remaster was released in the West and on PC. only a year later being released in Japan on Switch and PS4; this means that it could also take a similar period of time before we hear about it.
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