Atlus announced that the once Vita-exclusive Persona 4 Golden is now available on PC-via Steam for $19.99.
Persona 4 Golden on PC will include enhanced visual options included variable framerates with full HD resolution. Additionally, the game will launch with Steam Achievements and Trading Cards. However, the most prominent new feature is the option to play the game using Japanese audio, which wasn’t included in the Vita release. Players can now switch between English or Japanese audio at any point in the options menu.
There is also a Digital Deluxe Edition available for $24.99, which includes the game, digital artbook, and digital soundtrack (9 tracks available).
Persona 4 Golden tells the story of a group of friends who must confront the inner battles, or else they may turn up dead. Players assume the role of a nameless protagonist who will spend a year in the city of Inaba with his Uncle. Shortly after arriving, a murder occurs without many leads. Now, it’s up to the new group of friends to investigate a rumor about a Midnight Channel, which might be connected to the murders.
Persona 4 Golden features sim RPG elements where players will live out their daily lives and balance their time in dungeons to stop a murder. The game puts a spotlight on relationship building, which ties into the Persona fusion system. Players will need to use their Persona in battle as they take advantage of enemy weaknesses.
Persona 4 Golden is available now on PlayStation Vita and PC-via Steam.
You can check out some screenshots and the launch trailer below:
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