Star Ocean: Integrity and faithlessness could arrive to PC soon as an adaptation from the version of PlayStation 4, since Square Enix is considering adapting it to computers.
Star Ocean: Integrity and faithlessness will hit PlayStation 4 on July 1, 2016; however, Square Enix could also launch a PC version of the game later.
In an interview with the producer of the game, Shuichi Kobayashi, it is acknowledged he is concerned how the game would be controlled in cases where players do not have control to your PC by the volume of action that is integrated into the game. “I see. So if you have a game pad, you can play it without problems, but I wonder how those who don’t have one would play. That’s our main concern and why we’ve pushed to release a PC version later on, so that we could reflect on the controls for players without a game pad.”
Kobayashi says that “The ASKA engine, which tri-Ace used to develop Star Ocean 5, allows us to easily bring the game to PC, so if we can find a solution to our problem with the controls on PC, porting it should be easy enough for us, although I can’t promise that it would be fast.”
The game will come to Europe next month on July 1 for PlayStation 4.