Lost Eidolons screenshot showing Franciso and Godfrey fighting, along with a bunch of other NPCs.

Lost Eidolons Release Date Will Have Players Fighting an Empire

September 1, 2022 10:58 AM

By: Patrick Perrault

 

Publisher and developer Ocean Drive Studio has announced the Lost Eidolons release date for PC, which is October 13th. The Xbox Series X|S version will follow in early 2023, although we don't have a date for that yet. The game features over 30 hours of gameplay, fully voice acted cutscenes, more than 30 units to recruit, and over 20 classes for units to advance to. That's fairly ambitious for an indie game like this, but if you've got the talent, the will, and the funding, you might as well shoot for the stars, eh? Let's take a closer look at what we can expect from Lost Eidolons.

What is Lost Eidolons?

Lost Eidolons is a turn-based tactical RPG that's set in a waning empire beset by civil war. Players will take on the role of mercenary captain Eden. Forced to become a rebel commander, Eden must fight the imperial army along with monsters and other foes. While leading their army, players will lay siege to castles, slay bosses with unique abilities, and oversee a growing rebellion. This means that players will have to build a camp, convince people to join their rebellion, and help their people throughout the revolution.

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Lost Eidolons screenshot showing off the turn-based combat mechanics.
You'll be seeing a lot of this in Lost Eidolons.

According to Jae Kim, the CEO of Ocean Drive Studio, the game has already been delayed a few times based off feedback from players during the two betas and demos they've released. That's good news, because while there are great franchises out there like Fire Emblem and Advance Wars, there's always room for another pretender to the throne. That's not to say that Lost Eidolons will be the most amazing turn-based game ever, but it's certainly ambitious enough to at least make some noise. We'll have to see what happens after the Lost Eidolons release date.

For more information on Lost Eidolons and other turn-based titles, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

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Author: Patrick Perrault | Staff Writer
Patrick is a Staff Writer for TechRaptor and has been gaming on every console he could get since he could hold a controller. He’s been writing for nearly as long, with his first written work of note… Read More
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Developer
Ocean Drive Studio, Inc.
Publisher
Ocean Drive Studio, Inc.
Platforms
PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One
Genre
Indie, RPG, Strategy
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