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Riviera: The Promised Land remaster for PC launches July 17 worldwide

The remastered version of Riviera: The Promised Land will launch for PC [20,536 articles]” href=””>PC via Steam on July 17 worldwide, developer Sting [66 articles]” href=””>Sting announced. It will support English and Japanese text and audio.

Riviera: The Promised Land Remaster [5 articles]” href=””>Riviera: The Promised Land Remaster first launched for Switch on February 28, followed by iOS and Android on May 29. The Switch, iOS, and Android versions are currently only available in Japanese.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:


You can enjoy the remastered version of Riviera: The Promised Land, the first work in the Dept. Heaven Episodes series, on Steam!

Equipped with various additional convenient functions, the ease of play has been improved! It’s full of elements that will satisfy everyone from first-time players to experienced players!


At the behest of Hector, who is one of the Seven Magi, the Grim Angel Ein and his familiar, Rose, along with another Grim Angel named Ledah, all head to Riviera, an island floating in Asgard.

On the way, Ursula, the guardian of the Riviera, appears and is thwarted by the Grim Angels’ intrusion.

Ein, whose memories were sealed by Ursula’s attack, wakes up in Elendia, where the spirits live…

Key Features

  • Easy-to-operate field exploration!
  • A unique battle system where your skills are determined by the items you own!
  • Who are your close comrades? A favorability system that changes depending on your choices!
  • More than 90 illustrations to liven up events!

Remastered Additional Elements

  • Background music change function with five types of sound sources!
  • Play mode with up to 5x speed!
  • Event skip function!
  • All illustrations are available in high-definition!
  • Reliable auto save function!
  • Ease of play greatly improved by difficulty level and mode selection!
  • Boost function that allows you to quickly learn skills!
  • Improved user-friendly interface!
  • Function to switch voices between Japanese and English!
  • User-friendliness has also been further improved in the Steam version!

Watch a new trailer below.

PC Release Date Trailer

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