Secret of Mana Remake Announced; Launching On PC, PS4, PSVita Next Year
Following the release of the Final Fantasy Adventure Remake on smartphones and PlayStation Vita, Square Enix expressed interest in remaking the following entries in the series. Now, the Japanese publisher confirmed that the second entry in the Seiken Densetsu series, known in the West as Secret of Mana, is being remade.
The Secret of Mana Remake has not only been confirmed for Japan but also for North America and Europe. The game will release on February 15th on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita as well as on PC.
The memorable adventure of Randi, Primm and Popoi is reborn in the new “Secret of Mana”!
Embark on an action-packed, worldwide adventure in this 3D remaster.
The Secret of Mana Remake is going to be a full remake of the original SNES game, complete with new musical arrangements, gameplay tweaks and more. The game will also feature online multiplayer as well as local. The PSVita version will only feature local multiplayer.
Voiced characters: That’s right, you heard Randi in the trailer and you’ll finally get to hear Randi, Primm, Popoi and many other characters talk and express themselves throughout their adventure!
To add to that, the game will have language options which will allow players to experience the game using Japanese voices and/or subtitles.
A newly arranged soundtrack: We’re excited for you to hear a beautiful, newly arranged soundtrack that pays tribute to the original.
Local multiplayer: Yes! Sit down with two of your friends (up to three players) to experience the adventure together.
Some screenshots have also been released, and you can check them out below.
Secret of Mana Remake launches this February in North America and Europe on PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.