Edge Of Eternity Leaves Early Access This Summer (VIDEO)
It looks like indie JRPG Edge of Eternity is just about ready to make the jump from Early Access to official release. Following a notably successful run on Steam that garnered over 1500 “Very Positive” ratings, developer Midgar Studio has announced that Edge of Eternity has an official full release date for PC this summer, while console players will need to wait until later this year.
Midgar Studio took to YouTube today to unveil the official release date reveal trailer for Edge of Eternity. Towards the end of the trailer, it’s announced that Edge of Eternity’s official release date is June 8th for PC, while the console release will be at some point in Q4 of 2021. The new trailer offers a decent look at how the game has progressed in its two years within Early Access, complete with ‘not quite right’ character mouth movements.
“After a long wait, the Midgar Studio team is happy to announce that Edge of Eternity will be release on June 8,” the latest Steam update for the game reads. “The roadmap you’ve been following since the Early Access release will be completed with the arrival of the game’s final two chapters: A Message From Beyond and The Ascent. These two new pieces of content will provide 5-10 hours of additional gameplay. To reach the epic conclusion to their quest, Daryon and Selene’s party will have to find the famed mount Berenroth and thread the most dangerous Clockwork Field in Astrya.”
The update concludes by announcing that Edge of Eternity will be available for 33% off as one last Early Access ‘hurrah’ until April 14, after which the sale will end and the price of the game will go up to $29.99. The game is certainly worth the $30, so do yourself a favor and grab it while it’s on sale.
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