With Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA only one day from discharge, NIS America has dropped a stunner that makes certain to crush a decent part of fans: the PC form of Ys VIII will be deferred from its Sept. 12 delivery date to an unannounced one.
As you could review, the most recent of Adol’s many undertakings was set to make a big appearance tomorrow for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and PC. In any case, because of certain difficulties, NISA picked to postpone the PC adaptation of the game to “improve gameplay quality”.
Here is the announcement as seen on the Ys VIII Steam page:
We lament to illuminate everybody that the delivery date for Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA on PC has been pushed back because of proceeded with endeavors in improving interactivity quality.
We truly apologize to our fans who have been anticipating this delivery. Eventually, our objective is for fans to partake in a top notch game. We are giving the additional consideration in the PC improvement of the game by getting some margin to upgrade the general nature of gameplay.
If you have made a pre-buy on Steam and might want to return the money in question, kindly utilize the connection gave beneath to directions on mentioning a refund:
For any buys or pre-orders made beyond the Steam channel, if it’s not too much trouble, contact the relating discount support for that channel.
A new delivery date will be reported when it is available.
Thank you for your time, backing, and tolerance with this matter.
Though this is obviously a difficulty for fans on the PC who had been trusting that the game will come, its a better than NIS America delivering the game in a buggy state and irritating players who compensated cash fairly ahead of time. This would be the situation for any game, truly, yet Ys positions among the best RPG series in history and it should be played in its very best state.
Fortunately, this postponement no affects the PS4 a PS Vita variants of the game, which dispatches tomorrow in North America and Sept. 15 in Europe. Concerning those on the PC, all that they can expect is that the defer isn’t excessively long.
– This article was refreshed on March eighth, 2018