Final Fantasy-inspired JRPG has a date, coming to Game Pass

Final Fantasy-inspired JRPG has a date, coming to Game Pass
Final Fantasy-inspired JRPG has a date, coming to Game Pass
After a long development phase and publication in Early Access on Steam in 2018, Edge of Eternity, the Final Fantasy-inspired JRPG with turn-based combat, finally has a release date for its definitive edition.

Edge of Eternity per PC will come out of its Early Access version on June 8 this year, while as regards the release on consoles, unfortunately we will have to wait until the end of 2021, when it will also arrive on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One (Xbox users will be able to play it via Game Pass at launch). The game is currently 33% off on Steam, and could be a great opportunity to pre-order your digital copy.

In conjunction with the launch, a new substantial update will be released which will not only bring the long-awaited conclusion to the story, but will also add an additional 20 hours of gameplay. The title comes from a successful Kickstarter campaign, to which more than 4,000 people have contributed, allowing Midgar Studio to work with Yasunori Mitsuda, the composer of beloved Japanese roles such as Chrono Trigger and Xenoblade Chronicles.

Edge of Eternity is a title heavily based on fiction, and tells of a war against a mysterious invader in an attempt to save the world through the personal sacrifice of a cast of memorable characters. The story promises its dose of twists and turns and heartbreaking moments, with players solving missions in multiple ways, making tough choices and dealing with the consequences along the way. Battles take place in a tactical turn-based fashion, players can create their own equipment and also use the environment to their advantage.

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