It'll be available on PS4 and Xbox One both physically and digitally, as well as getting a digital only PC release. Fans of the original release, rejoice: we also brought back the original loading screen mini-game where you can earn bonus demon fangs that can be traded for in-game items.
In the latest issue of the Weekly Edition of Famitsu, Capcom has officially announced that the game is set to release on December 21 in Japan for the PS4 and Xbox One, and on December 13 for the PC.
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Looking over to the Western version of Okami HD, a digital and physical version will be applicable to all three named platforms and will cost £15.99, $19.99, and €19.99 respectively across the West.
Okami HD will feature 4K support along with an option for a 4:3 aspect ratio for purists favouring its original PS2 dimensions.
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The game was originally released for PlayStation 2 in 2006. An HD remaster of Okami had been also released for PlayStation 3 in 2012, and 5 years later today, we've been hearing a couple of rumors that Okami HD will be re-released again for current-gen consoles like the PlayStation 4. The HD version offered up a higher level of graphical detail, and for this watercolor painting-inspired adventure, it really made things pop even more.
Assuming the role of lupine sun goddess, Amaterasu, you're tasked with defeating eight-headed demon Orochi in Okami, using the power of your celestial paintbrush.
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