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Square Enix is De-Listing the PC Version of The Last Remnant on September 4

Square Enix has announced they’re removing the Windows PC version of The Last Remnant from various digital and physical marketplaces on September 4th.

The game will be effectively removed from sale on PC at 10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern / and so on. If you own the game already, you’ll naturally be able to keep playing it – that is if you keep it in your Steam library.

While it remains to be seen why the game is being removed from PC, The Last Remnant is available for PC via Steam, for $9.99.

Here’s a rundown on the game:


Mitra, yama, qsiti, sovani…
These four races exist in one world.
A world filled with Remnants — mysterious artifacts from an ancient era.
Who created the Remnant? How long ago? And for what purpose?
With these questions left unanswered, the Remnants became beneficial tools used for the good of civilization.
The world was at peace…or so it seemed. Who was to know such darkness lay in wait?
The powers of the Remnants slowly began to change the world’s balance.
A rift slowly formed between those who ruled and those who obeyed.
This was the dawning of a new era — an era of countless frays that would be brought upon the world by those enslaved by their own lust for power.
A thousand years later, the journey of one young man begins.

Key Features

  • Featuring an enthralling story, countless characters and an intricate battle system, Square Enix brings the RPG experience known as The Last Remnant to the PC. Discover new strategies in the improved battle system.
  • Blast through your battles with Turbo Mode. Battles can be played out with twice the speed for faster game progression.
  • No more leader units. Enjoy more freedom when creating unions!
  • A new equipment preview feature. Use the preview feature to purchase items depending on stats or aesthetics.
  • Choose between English or Japanese voice acting. The voices can be switched between Japanese and English.

Editor’s Note: The article originally noted that if you delete the game from your computer you would no longer have access. This has been amended for accuracy. Still, you don’t truly own the game.

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Brandon Orselli

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