Lost Eidolons launches October 13 for PC, in early 2023 for Xbox Series

Turn-based strategy RPG Lost Eidolons will launch for PC via Steam on October 13, followed by Xbox Series in early 2023 and other consoles at a later date, developer Ocean Drive Studio announced.

The previously planned Xbox One version has been canceled as the developer shifts its focus to the newer Xbox consoles to ensure players have “the best experience.”

“As fans of tactical RPGs ourselves, we would like nothing better than to have Lost Eidolons join the ranks of great games of the genre when we launch,” said Ocean Drive Studio CEO Jae Kim in a press release. “We’ve had to delay the launch a couple of times based on our players’ feedback after conducting two betas and two Steam demos. It meant we had to spend more time and money to make changes, but looking at the game now, I have no doubt the delays were worth it. I hope all of our beta and demo players will be proud of the final product they helped shape, and count Lost Eidolons as a great tactical RPG.”

Here is an overview of the game, via Ocean Drive Studio:

About

Lost Eidolons is a tactical turn-based strategy RPG set in a fantasy world called Artemesia. Cycle between the tactical turn-based grid combat and an out-game unit management system to prepare, outwit, and prevail in each of the sequences and discover the outcome of the revolution.

The story follows Eden, a reputable mercenary in his hometown of Lonetta. When an aristocratic conspiracy causes his fall from grace, he is left with no choice but to follow the machinations of fate that will engross him into a ploy to overthrow the conquering Emperor, Ludivictus. A journey riddled with moral dilemma, bitter farewells, and emotional betrayal; Eden’s journey will force him to discover who he really is on this grand stage.

Key Features

  • Over 30 hours of gameplay.
  • Compelling main story combat and side story combat.
  • Fully voice-acted cutscenes.
  • Quests, gearing up, and over 30 units to recruit.
  • Over 20 classes for units to advance to.
  • Supports English, Korean, Russian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese, with other languages ​​to be determined.

Watch a new trailer below.

PC Release Date Trailer

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