Published On: Fri, Apr 12th, 2019

It’s Official, Octopath Traveler Is No Longer Exclusive To The Nintendo Switch

Octopath Traveler

When Square Enix announced Octopath Traveler: Champions of a Continent for mobile inclination in March, it lifted questions about how prolonged Octopath Traveler would sojourn disdainful to a Nintendo Switch. Roughly a month later, a Korean rating for a PC chronicle of a strange tour was speckled online, clearly confirming a inevitable.

It’s now been reliable by Square Enix a diversion will no longer be disdainful to a Switch. In a deleted blog post (thanks, Gematsu), a Japanese publisher suggested a JRPG would be expelled on 7th Jun on Valve’s Steam platform.

Octopath Traveler was creatively expelled on Nintendo’s hybrid height in Jul 2018. For a series of months, Square Enix had difficulty gripping adult with a direct for a game. Unsurprisingly, this isn’t a initial time a Switch has hosted a timed-exclusive. A Korean rating for Super Bomberman R on a PlayStation 4 was also detected a year after a launch of a Switch version.

How do we feel about Octopath Traveler being ported opposite to a PC? Do we consider this diversion should have remained a Nintendo Switch exclusive? Or are we blissful some-more people will be means to play this diversion now? Tell us down below.

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