PC-bound SRPG fans will have to wait a bit longer to play Disgaea 5 Complete
NIS America has had one hell of a time bringing Disgaea 5 Complete to PC. After first being announced in April, the game was slated to release on May 7. However, after the release of a demo that allowed users to access the full game, and a subsequent delay to “Summer 2018”, the publisher quietly announced on Twitter that the game has once again been given a new release window of Fall 2018.
Disgaea 5 Complete (PC) is going to be released in Fall 2018 with a private beta starting in early October. We look forward to eating many Fluffy Rising Dragon bowls with you soon, dood! #Disgaea5CompletePC pic.twitter.com/NoX7LDa6Cw
— NIS America, Inc. (@NISAmerica) July 18, 2018
Unfortunately, this is just the latest troubled PC port the publisher has had to contend with. Last September, the PC version of Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana was slated to release alongside the PlayStation 4 and Vita versions of the game. However, due to performance issues the game was delayed numerous times, eventually seeing a full release on April 16, 2018. You can read our full review of the PC port of Ys VIII here.
While it’s disappointing to see Disgaea 5 Complete’s PC launch slip further onto the horizon, the wait should be worth it. Hey Poor Player’s Mike Vito scored the Switch version of this definitive edition of the game a 4 out of 5 in his coverage last year. Check out our full Disgaea 5 Complete Review here.
So, are you holding out for the PC version of Disgaea 5 Complete when it hopefully releases this Fall? As always, we love to hear what you think. So sound off in the comments section and let us know.