Lost Sphear

Square-Enix has announced that Lost Sphear, the successor to the classic JRPG throwback I Am Setsuna, will release on January 23, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Switch.

As with its predecessor, Lost Sphear aims to marry old-school gameplay mechanics, such as the ATB systems, to new technologies to appeal to as broad an audience of gamers as possible. The developers at Tokyo RPG Factory promise that the game will feature an upgraded battle system that will incorporate seamless transitions from exploration to combat as well as greater freedom.

Players take the role of Kanata, a young boy who wakes one day to find the world disappearing, in an attempt to prevent this apocalyptic catastrophe using the power of memory. The exact details of how these efforts occur and further information about the game’s mechanics have not yet been announced.

Physical copies of Lost Sphear are only available on PS4 and Switch via the Square-Enix Online Store, with those who choose to pre-order gaining access to two music tracks from the game at launch.

OnlySP will continue to follow the development of Lost Sphear, so be sure to bookmark the site and follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Tumblr for all the latest.

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