Lapis Re Abyss to be released internationally as Lapis x Labyrinth

Here is the English logo.

Lapis x Labyrinth

Lapis Re Abyss, the new action RPG from Nippon Ichi Software, will be released internationally as Lapis x Labyrinth, publisher NIS America announced.

While NIS America did not specifically announce a western release window for Lapis x Labyrinth, it did confirm that the international title will be used for the game’s release in Southeast Asia. (Update 09/05/18 at 9:15 p.m.: NIS America has told Gematsu that it cannot confirm a western release at this time, and that it has sent out a press release confirming that the logo and name will be different for the Southeast Asia version.)

Here is an overview of the game, via NIS America:

Lapis x Labyrinth

A small village in a small kingdom has been hit with some tough financial times, thankfully they are sitting on a whole trove of treasure! Dive into the Labyrinth atop a forest that shimmers like gold in search of beaucoup bucks with your customized crew of adventurers! Using the creative stacking mechanic you can flip between up to 4 adventurers on the fly and deploy their individual attacks while keeping them all on top of your head!

Go for the glitz and glamour, strike with the blitz and hammer!

If you missed it earlier today, read up on the first details, watch the first trailer, and see the first screenshots of Lapis x Labyrinth here.

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