Tactics RPG Lost Eidolons Gets a Release date on PC and a new trailer

Written by Marcello TBL

Lost Eidolons

The brand new SRPG Fire Emblem-inspired Lost Eidolons by indie Ocean Drive Studio finally has a release date. Players will take the role of a mercenary called Eden who must face a civil war in the world of Benerio. After various open beta tests, the game is ready to make its debut on the 13th of October on PC through Steam, while the console’s release is set for 2023. Below you can find the new release date trailer and the press news.

Ocean Drive Studio is delighted to announce the release date for its turn-based tactical RPG Lost Eidolons on PC. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, backers and medieval fantasy fans alike will be happy to learn that Lost Eidolons will be released October 13th on PC (Steam). The Xbox series S, X version will be released early 2023.

Lost Eidolons is a tactical turn-based strategy RPG set in a fantasy world called Artemesia. Cycle between the tactical turn-based grid combat and an out-game unit management system to prepare, outwit, and prevail in each of the sequences and discover the outcome of the revolution.

The story follows Eden, a reputable mercenary in his hometown of Lonetta. When an aristocratic conspiracy causes his fall from grace, he is left with no choice but to follow the machinations of fate that will engross him into a ploy to overthrow the conquering Emperor, Ludivictus. A journey riddled with moral dilemma, bitter farewells, and emotional betrayal; Eden’s journey will force him to discover who he really is on this grand stage.

Jae Kim, CEO of Ocean Drive Studio shares: “As fans of TRPG ourselves, we would like nothing better than to have Lost Eidolons join the ranks of great games of the genre when we launch. We’ve had to delay the launch a couple of times based on our players’ feedback after conducting two betas and two Steam demos. It meant we had to spend more time and money to make changes, but looking at the game now, I have no doubt the delays were worth it. I hope all of our beta and demo players will be proud of the final product they helped shape, and count Lost Eidolons as a great TRPG.”


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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.