Dragon Star Varnir Has a Tentative Steam Release Date

Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

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Dragon Star Varnir | Featured ImageJust a week after its launch on PlayStation 4, Dragon Star Varnir now officially has a tentative release window for its upcoming PC version. Steam users can anticipate a release in September of 2019 and can add the title to their wishlists now by visiting its official Steam page. While three months may seem like a long wait for some, bear in mind that this PC version will differ from the PS4 release in that it will be completely uncensored. Much like the announcement of this version from two weeks ago, Idea Factory has once again emphasized the following:

Originally released on the PlayStation®4, the Steam version will include all gameplay and art content from the Japanese version, as well as English, Japanese, and Traditional Chinese subtitles.

In the end, one decision now rests on the shoulders of each player. “Should I pick this up now on PS4 or should I wait for the PC release”? Only you can make that decision. If you’d like to learn more about Dragon Star Varnir, have a look at the newest trailer below and be sure to check out our article from mid-April which describes some of the characters that you will encounter while playing. Also, be sure to let us know in the comments below if you plan on picking this title up as well as which platform you will choose.

SOURCE: Press Release

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