Darius Cozmic Collection for PS4 launches March 5 in Japan

Available in "Arcade" and "Console" editions.

Darius Cozmic Collection

The PlayStation 4 version of Darius Cozmic Collection will launch via the PlayStation Store in Japan on March 5, developer Taito announced.

Darius Cozmic Collection will be available in the following two editions:

Darius Cozmic Collection Arcade – 5,200 yen

  • Darius (old version)
  • Darius (new version)
  • Darius (extra version)
  • Darius II (dual screen version)
  • Sagaia (Ver. 1)
  • Sagaia (Ver. 2)
  • Darius Gaiden

(This is the same content included in the standard edition of Darius Cozmic Collection for Switch.)

Dariuz Cozmic Collection Console – 6,500 yen

  • Darius II (Mega Drive JP version)
  • Sagaia (Genesis version)
  • Sagaia (Master System EU version)
  • Darius Twin (Super Famicom JP version)
  • Darius Twin (Super NES US version)
  • Darius Force (Super Famicom JP version)
  • Super Nova (Super NES US version)
  • Darius Alpha (PC Engine JP version)
  • Darius Plus (PC Engine JP version)

The special, standard, and Console editions of the Switch version will receive free updates on the same date as the PlayStation 4 release that adds the new features and titles included in the PlayStation 4 version.

Darius Cozmic Collection first launched for Switch in February 2019 in Japan. A western physical and digital release for both the PlayStation 4 and Switch versions was announced in November 2019, but a release date has yet to be confirmed.

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