Midgar Studio and Playdius have announced that the stunning JRPG adventure Edge of Eternity will enter Early Access on Steam on November 29th. Following a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, Edge of Eternity still stands as one of the most anticipated titles within JRPG communities.
Following months of intense development work, Midgar Studio’s team of nine is ready to welcome fans to explore the vast world of Heryon, the fantasy planet setting where the adventure takes place.
Jeremy Zeler, Head of Midgar Studio, said:
“Edge of Eternity is a labor of love designed as a tribute to JRPG classics. But building this ambitious JRPG has been a long journey. We still have a lot we want to deliver to make Edge of Eternity everything we want it to be. That’s why we decided to move forward with an Early Access launch.”
Here are the key features of Edge of Eternity:
- An Enthralling JRPG Adventure: A unique, riveting story with numerous plot twists and heart-wrenching moments, supported by an epic soundtrack featuring industry legend Yasunori Mitsuda.
- A Gorgeous World: Discover an alien world and its unique environments, unearth the most ancient secrets of the world of Heryon. Solve quests in multiple ways, make your own choices, and face their consequences
- A Deep & Strategic Combat System: Outwit your enemies in epic tactical combats, use the environment to lure your enemies into devious traps, outsmart and outflank them to inflict massive damage! Craft your gear and inset it with powerful crystal to unlock unique combinations of skills and power-ups.
- A Cast of Charismatic Characters: Meet a cast of larger-than-life companions, each with their own set of attributes, watch them grow and evolve throughout the story, as you live through it yourself. Discover their dreams, their flaws, their hopes and their torments as you share many special moments with them.
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