Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition has been out for a little over two years now, and it has surpassed 1 million units in worldwide sales. Bandai Namco is celebrating the new milestone with a big sale for the game in Japan.
When it comes to the Tales of games, favorite entries can be all over the place with so many titles, but Tales of Vesperia is generally up there as one of the best “mothership” titles the series has to offer. The protagonist Yuri Lowell is also often in the mix of top characters in fan polls. Moreover, Tales of Vesperia ranked #2 among 15 of the most played Tales of games according to a recent 25th anniversary poll.
Bandai Namco first announced Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition at E3 2018 as part of the original game’s 10th anniversary. The original Tales of Vesperia was on Xbox 360 when it released in August 2008 in North America and Japan. It was initially planned for PlayStation 2, but since the development started at an awkward time when the PlayStation 3 was around the corner, it ended up being an Xbox 360 exclusive for a short period. While Europe ended up getting Tales of Vesperia for Xbox 360 in 2009, only Japan got an enhanced port for the PlayStation 3 in September 2009.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.