Valkyrie Profile Lenneth Headed To PS4 And PS5, But Not PC
In celebration of the release of Valkyrie Elysium this September, Square Enix is also bringing Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth to both PS4 and PS5. However, there has been no announcement regarding a PC version.
The PS4 and PS5 versions of Valkyrie Profile Lenneth will be available on the PlayStation Store alongside the launch of Valkyrie Elysium on September 29, 2022. Moreover, in addition to a special piece of Valkyrie equipment known as Svartaljr, the Digital Deluxe edition of Valkyrie Elysium will include a digital copy of Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth, as seen below.
Square Enix has also revealed pre-order bonuses for Valkyrie Elysium on each platform. They are as follows:
- PS5 and PS4:
- In-game item “Alscir: Sword of the God of Light” (digital pre-order only)
- Valkyrie Elysium Avatar (physical pre-order only)
- 72-hour early access rights
- Original wallpapers
The PS5 and PS4 Digital Deluxe Editions of Valkyrie Elysium include the following:
- 72-hour early access to the full game
- In-game item “Svartaljr: Sword of the Goddess of the Underworld”
- A digital version of Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth for PS4/PS5
Meanwhile, the Steam Digital Deluxe Edition also includes the in-game item, “Svartaljr: Sword of the Goddess of the Underworld.” However, it does not offer a digital copy of Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth like on PS4 and PS5. This meas that PC owners won’t have official access to the beloved first entry in the Valkyrie series.
If you’re looking to experience Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth on a modern console, your only options are the PS4 and PS5. According to the game’s store page on PSN, this is a port of the PSP version. It will offer new features like speed up and rewind, and will also be available as a separate purchase from the Valkyrie Elysium Digital Deluxe edition.
According to Famitsu, the PS4 and PS5 versions of the PSP cla will be sold for 2750 Yen on the Japanese PlayStation Store. This should roughly translate to around $20 US Dollars. As of writing, there is no information on whether the game will be included as part of the PlayStation Plus Premium service, which features classic PS1, PSP, PS2, and PS3 titles.