Star Ocean 5 Dual Audio Confirmed, New Trailers, Second Stream Dated

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A short while ago the first English live stream, or “Star Log,” for Star Ocean 5 ended and new game footage was shown off alongside some juicy announcements. When answering fan questions the Square Enix representatives confirmed that the game will include dual audio. There was also a not-so-concrete release date shown: Summer 2016, to be exact, with a proper release date not yet announced. You can watch the new English trailers below.

They announced the second “Star Log” will happen on April 12 for more of an introduction to the world of Star Ocean 5, and like the first episode will act as a guide for new fans getting in on the series with 5. The game is currently up for pre-order with no limited edition or collector’s editions announced just yet. Star Ocean 5 is a PlayStation 4 exclusive for its western release, so check back for more updates on the game in the coming weeks.

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