Suikoden 1 and 2 remasters delay announced, no new release date

Suikoden 1 and 2 remasters face delay as Konami needs more time to ensure quality performance.

Suikoden 1 and 2 remasters delay announced, no new release date
Published by Liam @ PC Game Spotlight 9 months ago


Suikoden 1 and 2 Remasters Delayed

Suikoden 1 and 2 Remasters face delay, as Konami announces there will be no new release date for the beloved RPG. The publisher says it needs more time to ensure the games perform well and have a good gameplay experience, with no new release window announced.

The Suikoden remasters were announced last year, and the wait is getting longer – it’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about the beloved RPG’s re-releases. However, Konami does say it is listening to feedback from fans and is willing to take its time with the remasters, acknowledging the need for additional time to polish the games.

“We would like to inform everyone that there will be a slight delay in the release of the Suikoden Re-mastered Collection,” Konami begins. “We would like to thank everyone for their patience, and we promise that we are working hard to release this collection as soon as possible.”

Suikoden remaster “delay” announcement.

The developer is making tweaks to improve the overall experience, including environmental audio and revamped visuals.

“Even though there is a delay in the release date, we believe this extra time will allow us to make the game experience even better and will allow new fans of the fantastic Suikoden series to discover and enjoy the story,” Konami adds.

Fans have responded positively, encouraging Konami to take its time and ensure the remasters are as good as they can be.

“I’m sure that I speak for most people when I say that I would rather have the remasters released later, but with higher quality,” one Redditor says. “I know that you will not be able to satisfy everyone, but I think you should at least try to bring the series to a new audience.”

“I’m sure I’m not alone in saying I’m willing to wait a bit longer for a quality product,” another adds. “I for one would rather have the devs take their time to make sure the ports are done right, as opposed to a quick and sloppy job.”

If you’re a Suikoden fan, stay tuned for more news on the remasters as we get it.

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