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Tales of Zestiria hits pre-order goals on Steam

Author: FalseProof
13-Oct-2015

Category: News

We have a great news! Another Tales game hits pre-order goal on Steam with new PC port unlocked.

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It's great news for Tales fans; today, Namco Bandai announced that Tales of Zestiria has hit its final pre-order goal on Steam. The first PC port of a Tales game is promising various new features, such as 4K resolution and graphic configuration (info via Crache on SteamCommunity).


As incentive for pre-ordering, Namco Bandai has promised a few incentives. While the first two pre-order bonuses were legacy costumes & weapons (honouring past titles in the series), the final incentive unlocked was Tales of Symphonia on PC. Released first on the Nintendo Gamecube in 2003, Symphonia is revered as one of the best games in the series, and its PC release has fans excited.


If you'd like to pre-order Zestiria, and get the pre-order bonuses, now's your chance! Be forewarned though; from discussion on Reddit, a situation has arisen. If you refund Tales of Zestiria through the Steam Refund system, you'll lose the Symphonia port.



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