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February 28th, 2021, 18:14
Nod, doing the translation in one fell swoop makes more sense than doing it for each and every episode. I still think we'll get it, though.
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February 28th, 2021, 20:19
Not sure why they would need to translate a game that's already in English, but ok.

They'll be releasing the parts separately on PC the same way as on Playstation. Sony is just making them wait a certain amount of time before doing so.
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February 28th, 2021, 21:57
Translation I meant in the sense of coding and such, not the actual spoken or written tongue. Us folk on the computers will just have to wait a tad longer.
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March 1st, 2021, 02:06
I understood what you meant Carnifex. I just gave an answer based on how Square Enix releases games on the PC. Usually two years or more after the console versions.

So ergo the PC release will more then likely be after the next two console parts.
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March 1st, 2021, 02:22
We're probably looking at 3-4 years before all the parts are released assuming it ends up being a trilogy. I highly doubt they're going to hold back any and all PC releases for that time frame.

The PC version will be released in the same parts as the console version. They're just going to satisfy a period of exclusivity for each one first.
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Yeah well it's just my personal opinion based off past PC Square Enix releases.

I never liked how they split one game into three parts and haven't even shared any news on the 2nd. There was a recent announcement about the next game though.

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March 1st, 2021, 03:02
If you go by past Square Enix releases, then we should expect the PC version about a year and a half after the console release.

As for part 2, yeah, there isn't much info so far. It's apparently been in development since late 2019. Inverse recently had a pretty decent article about it, although a lot of it is just speculation.

https://www.inverse.com/gaming/final…ng-compilation
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March 1st, 2021, 03:31
I don't think we can assume it will be a trilogy. They've never said how many parts it's going to be, and the amount the first part covered relative to the original game was less than a third.
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March 1st, 2021, 04:03
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I don't think we can assume it will be a trilogy. They've never said how many parts it's going to be, and the amount the first part covered relative to the original game was less than a third.
True but most articles and interviews hint at a trilogy. Don't think I could wait ten years if they decide to make more then three parts. Anyway poor health and getting older sucks.

Recently the games producer hinted it might be a five part release now. The goal looks like a new part every two years and that's not something I like but good for business.
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