Tactical JRPG Lost Dimension is coming to the PC on October 30th

Ghostlight have today announced that the tactical JRPG, Lost Dimension, will be released on Steam on the October 30th. The game was created by Lancarse, creators of a number of highly-acclaimed JRPGs, and the PC version will come with enhanced features.

Lost Dimension takes place in the near-future. With the world in ruin, a terrorist mastermind known only as ‘The End’, threatens to unleash an apocalyptic attack and destroy all humanity. To combat this threat, a Special Forces group comprised of eleven young psychics with incredible superhuman abilities, is tasked with pursuing The End to the summit of a sky-scraping tower, which has dramatically appeared on the city skyline from out of nowhere.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Take on the enemy across tactically-created environments in an amazingly strategic turn-based battle system!
  • Create bonds with your teammates and use your psychic talent of ‘vision’ to rifle through their minds and find the traitors!
  • Every person counts in battle as you place teammates to benefit and shield each other and manage their ‘Defers’ and ‘Berserk’ modes!
  • Test your investigation and deduction skills by finding the traitor on each floor of the towering Pillar.  Traitors are randomly determined, so no two playthroughs are the same!

Regarding Lost Dimension PC, Ghostlight had this to say:

“The PC version also features the original high-quality localisation from Atlus and we will be using higher resolution artwork than that used in the console version. In addition to this, our PC port will support multiple screen resolutions, mouse/keyboard and controller support, Steam Achievements and cloud saving.”


Lost Dimension Official Trailer

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