Microsoft announced during its Electronic Entertainment Expo event today in Los Angeles that Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition is coming to Xbox One this winter. Shown to feature content previously exclusive to the game's Japan-only PlayStation 3 re-release, it wasn't announced what platform the game would be released for other than the assumed Xbox One.
Fans of Tales of Vesperia have always been awaiting a release of the Definitive Edition of the 2009 Japanese RPG in the west. It also has some very pretty 2D animated cutscenes from Production I.G., the anime studio behind Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.
Watch the trailer above; it's hard to say what exactly is remastered in this Definitive Edition, but presumably it'll be running at 1080 or above (and hopefully 60 fps) when it hits PC this winter. The Definitive Edition will include all the additional content that Western fans never got the chance to play.
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For those unfamiliar, Tales of Vesperia was released in 2008 and centers around the story of Yuri Lowell, a former Imperial Knight, and how a mission to save his neighborhood spirals out of control leading you across the whole world.
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