Tokyo RPG Factory announces Lost Sphear for PS4, Switch, and PC

The next game from the developer of I Am Setsuna.

Lost Sphear

The next title from I Am Setsuna developer Tokyo RPG Factory is Lost Sphear for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC (Steam), publisher Square Enix announced. It will launch this fall in Japan, and in early 2018 in North America and Europe for $49.99.

In the west, Lost Sphear will be available digitally, with PlayStation 4 and Switch physical editions available exclusively through the Square Enix Online Store.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Square Enix:

The adventure of Lost Sphear begins 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.

Expanding upon the beloved features from their debut title, I Am Setsuna, Lost Sphear features an enhanced gameplay system with a revamped ATB battle system where players can strategize and freely adjust their placement mid-fight, seamless environments, and various locations to explore.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the Japanese teaser website here.

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