In celebration of the Ys series’ 25th anniversary, Falcom revisits the land and characters of Japanese cult favorite Ys IV, which was outsourced to multiple third-party developers twenty years ago and never officially released in English. But rather than simply remaking their only outsourced title among the main-line Ys games, Falcom has taken a brand new approach, changing and framing the story of Ys IV within an all-new tale of conspiracy, deception and mystery. Featuring an updated version of the party system from Ys Seven, as well as the largest and most varied overworld in Falcom history, Ys: Memories of Celceta brings a greater sense of adventure to the series than has ever been seen before.
• Experience the Land of Celceta in English for the Very First Time
Falcom finally gives their own canonical take on the land and characters of Ys IV,
previously only featured in third-party titles that never left Japan.
• Explore the Biggest Overworld in Ys Series History
The Celcetan “sea of trees” is so big, every other Ys overworld to date could fit inside
it multiple times over. Exploration is aided by a highly robust mapping system with
customizable waypoints and clear, detailed icons.
• Adventure Forth with a Party of Allies
The party system from Ys Seven makes its triumphant return, but with a host of fan-
requested updates. Flash-guarding has been greatly expanded upon, party AI is fully
configurable and party members now have their own unique abilities that aid them in
exploration and combat.
• Throw Down the Gauntlet in Boss Rush Mode
Boss Rush made makes a comeback, this time allowing Adol to go it alone or – for
the first time ever – engage the enemy with a full party of friends.