Legend of Mana remaster coming to PS4, Switch, and PC on June 24

The PlayStation classic returns.

Legend of Mana Remastered

Square Enix has announced a remastered version Legend of Mana for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC (Steam). It will launch digitally on June 24 for $29.99 / 3,520 yen. Pre-orders on PlayStation 4 include 10 avatars and a custom theme, while pre-orders on PC include a custom wallpaper.

In Japan, Square Enix will also release a physical Collector’s Edition for PlayStation 4 and Switch for 14,300 yen via the Square Enix e-Store. It includes a copy of the game, the “Art of Mana 30th Anniversary Special Issue” art book, the “Legend of Mana Remastered: The Soundtrack” official soundtrack, and a Li’l Cactus plush.

Here are the details, via Square Enix:

Players will be able to set off on a mystical journey in Legend of Mana, set to launch on June 24. Stepping into the shoes of the protagonist, players will embark on a journey to find the mystical Mana Tree seen in a dream, only to discover that the world map is empty. Throughout their adventure, they will acquire special artifacts, which can be placed on the map to bring towns and dungeons to life via the Land Creation system. Players can progress through the story in different ways based on the choices they make, offering a more personal and unique gameplay experience.

Legend of Mana will come with remastered visuals, a rearranged soundtrack, and the “Ring Ring Land” mini-game which will be available to the West for the first time. During their travels, they’ll encounter a colorful cast of characters, square off against fearsome monsters in real-time combat and explore the vast world of Fa’Diel, all while experiencing Legend of Mana’s timeless story.

Legend of Mana first launched for PlayStation in July 1999.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery. Visit the Japanese official website here.

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