Grandia HD Collection Gets New Details for Switch and PC Enhancements

GungHo Online Entertainment announced that Grandia HD Collection will be heading to Switch along with the previously announced PC version, with launch details coming during E3 2019.

Grandia HD Collection on Nintendo Switch will feature enhanced visuals and fully support the hybrid system. While the PC version will include keypad and gamepad support for Steam. With that said, Grandia II Anniversary Edition will be renamed Grandia II HD Remaster and be sold separately from Grandia HD Remaster on PC.

Grandia tells the story of Justin, who is out exploring the ruins of an Angelou Civilization. Upon arriving, he is requested to travel eas and find out the secret of why this ancient civilization disappeared. Being developed by Game Arts, players will find battle systems that resemble Lunar: The Silver Star, which is another series from the developer.

Grandia II stars the main character named Ryudo who must guard the sister of Granas, Elena, during her rite to reseal an ancient god. Throughout their mission, the group encounters several setbacks that might jeopardize the entire rite. Grandia II’s battle system is similar to Grandia and features a few upgraded systems.

Here is the full list of details for the HD Remastered releases:

Grandia features

  • Enhanced details to UI, sprites, and texture art
  • Original cinematic videos receiving visual enhancements
  • Widescreen support and customizable resolutions (only for PC)
  • Steam cards and Achievements (only for PC)
  • Audio: Japanese and English
  • Language Support: Original English and
  • Japanese plus French and German translation
  • Gamepad and keyboard support with remappable controls (only for PC)

Grandia II features

  • Enhanced details to UI, sprites, and texture art
  • Original cinematic videos receiving visual enhancements
  • Widescreen support and customizable resolutions (only for PC)
  • Audio: Japanese and English
  • Language Support: Original English and
  • Japanese plus New French and German translation

More details are scheduled to release during E3 2019.


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