The open world JRPG Edge of Eternity just landed on PC via Steam, from the hand of the French development team Midgar Studio. At the moment it can be purchased for a price of 25,49, thanks to a 15% discount to be available until next June 15. The goal of the developers is to launch the game on consoles (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) by the end of 2021. The title has thus left its early access phase, offering a complete story whose duration amounts to more than 50 hours. In addition, the creators have presented their post-launch updates roadmap.
Edge of Eternity is now available on Steam
Edge of Eternity transports players to the world of Heryon, who is battling a destructive phenomenon known as Corrosion… as a result of a war against beings mysterious aliens. The protagonists of this story are Daryon and Selene: the players will have to embark with them on a journey that “change Heryon’s fate forever”. With a turn-based combat system and of manufacture of objects, the game offers a soundtrack signed by Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger).
Midgar Studio continue supporting the game after its launch: in the fourth quarter of 2021 they will launch Xbox and PlayStation versions, being also available in the Xbox Game Pass catalog. In turn, they will add to Edge of Eternity a new character, new monsters and missionsas well as additional “special” content. In January 2022, on the other hand, they will add endgame content, a complete Nekaroo farm, along with secret dungeons and the New Game +. You can take a look at their roadmap below:
PS4 and Xbox One versions to launch in Q4 2021
On the other hand, the dealer GS2 Games I pointed out earlier that they had the intentions of release a physical version for PlayStation 4 at the time of the title’s debut on this platform. It is unknown if a physical version will also arrive for PS4 or for Xbox consoles. “We have put all our heart into doing Edge Of Eternity“said the founder of Midgar Studio, Jeremy Zeler, in a press release. “It is a story of spate existential battles and intimate personal dramas. I can’t wait to show it to the world. ”
“A huge project that focuses on the classics contributing their own ideas”, we write in our impressions from Edge of Eternity.