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LOS ANGELES (July 25, 2017) – SQUARE ENIX® today announced that, LOST SPHEAR™, the latest title from Tokyo RPG Factory™ will be available on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Nintendo Switch™ console, and STEAM® on January 23, 2018.
The game is available to pre-order now from the PlayStation®Store and STEAM. Those who pre-order on the PlayStation®Store will receive a “Memoirs of the Moon” dynamic PlayStation®4 theme and two music tracks. Those who pre-order on STEAM will receive a custom LOST SPHEAR wallpaper and two music tracks.
LOST SPHEAR will be available digitally from the PlayStation®Store, Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, and STEAM. The game will also be available as a physical package exclusively from the SQUARE ENIX Online Store for the PlayStation®4 system (http://sqex.to/MxJ) and Nintendo Switch (http://sqex.to/YMC). Fans who pre-order the game from the SQUARE ENIX Online Store will receive two music tracks as a gift at launch.
For more information on LOST SPHEAR, please visit: www.lostsphear.com.
About LOST SPHEAR:
LOST SPHEAR expands upon many of the beloved features from the studio’s debut title, I AM SETSUNA™, and continues Tokyo RPG Factory’s dedication to blending the nostalgia of classic Japanese role-playing games with the latest technology for a new generation of gamers. The game will feature an enhanced gameplay system with a revamped ATB (Active Time Battle) system offering more freedom in combat, seamless environments, and various locations to explore.
In LOST SPHEAR, players will begin their adventure in a remote town where a young boy, Kanata, awakens from a devastating dream to find his hometown disappearing. To stop the world from being lost forever, Kanata and his comrades set out to rebuild the world around them with the power of Memory by manifesting thoughts into matter and restoring what was lost.
Source: Square Enix PRTags: europe, Lost Sphear, Nintendo Switch, North America, Press Release, Square Enix, Tokyo RPG Factory
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