Publisher Nippon Ichi Software America has announced that 2011 tactical-RPG Disgaea 4 is heading to PC for the first time this autumn.
Dubbed Disgaea 4 Complete + (identically to the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch re-release that landed last October), the game will be available via Steam, where you can already find a listing and a newly-minted wishlist button, and Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Much like the original PlayStation 3 version, players can tackle over 100 hours of sprawling JRPG goodness bolstered by the series’ signature cast of cutesy, darkly humorous characters and deep tactical gameplay. As the Complete + name implies, the game features every bit of content every pushed out: 30 unlockable characters, extra story campaigns, online features, and more.
NIS America has cooked up a brand new trailer to mark the announcement, which does a good job of showcasing what newcomers and series veterans can expect.
Here’s the official description from NIS America:
”Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies, Ghosts… The Netherworld is populated by many different types of demons…And within the Netherworld, there is a place where those who have been forbidden to reincarnate are kept…Hades. There, the souls of sinners are turned into Prinnies and given intense training. Located in the supreme depths of the Netherworld, it is looked down upon by all demons. This is the story of a Vampire whose revolutionary journey begins in Hades, the lowest point in all the Netherworld.
Hades – a prison located in the depths of the Netherworld. Valvatorez, a Vampire, is an instructor who trains newly minted Prinnies. One day, he encounters a dark energy that sucks the Prinnies away. With that, Valvatorez is unable to keep the promise he made to the Prinnies who endured his rigorous training. Angry, Valvatorez decides to revolt against the corrupternment… Defeat the corrupternment, usurp the regime, it’s a Netherworld Revolution! This is a story that begins in Hades about changing the world!”
Aside from Disgaea 3, the arrival of Disgaea 4 Complete+ means all the mainline games are now available on PC. It seems only a matter of time before Disgaea 3 gets the same PC port treatment.