Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch Announced by Ocean Drive Studio

Written by Marcello TBL

Veil of the Witch

Ocean Drive Studio has announced two groundbreaking titles, but our spotlight today is on Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch. This upcoming game is a stand-alone experience to their acclaimed tactical RPG Lost Eidolons. Set to make its debut at PAX West this weekend, let’s delve into what makes this game a must-watch in the industry.

Veil of the Witch

A New Chapter in the Lost Eidolons Universe

Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch is a standalone spin-off that takes the best elements of its predecessor and elevates them to new heights. If you thought the gritty turn-based combat of the original was engaging, prepare to be blown away by what Veil of the Witch has to offer.

Faster, Deeper, More Replayable

One of the standout features of this game is its faster pace. But don’t mistake this for a lack of depth. The game promises a level of complexity that will have strategy aficionados rejoicing.

What’s more, the game introduces a session-based roguelite structure, ensuring that each playthrough offers a unique experience. This feature promises hours upon hours of replayability, making it a title you’ll return to repeatedly.

Veil of The Witch

Coming Soon to a Platform Near You

Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch is expected to be released on Steam Early Access in the first half of 2024. But the excitement doesn’t stop there. The game also targets a simultaneous release on multiple platforms, including PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and even the Nintendo Switch down the line. So, regardless of your gaming setup, Veil of the Witch has got you covered.

Sneak Peek at PAX West

If you’re lucky to attend PAX West this weekend, you’re in for a treat. Ocean Drive Studio will be offering a sneak peek at Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch, giving fans a chance to experience the magic before the official release. Below the announcement trailer.


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Marcello TBL

Italian Dad in love with Turn-Based RPGs and Indie Games. In 2018 he started Turn Based Lovers and now he can't live without it.