JRPG fans you are in for a treat as a stunning new gameplay trailer for Lost Sphear has been released. This new trailer gives an in-depth look at the gameplay that we can expect to see in the upcoming Lost Sphear, set to arrive in Europe and PAL territories on the 23rd January 2018 on PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Nintendo Switch console, and STEAM.

The new, ‘Welcome to the World of Lost Sphear‘, gameplay trailer introduces viewers to the world of Lost Sphear, showcasing the reimagined and nostalgia-inspired battle system as well as the mighty Vulcosuit, a mechanised suit of armour which enhances the abilities and strength of Kanata and his companions both in and out of battle. In addition, the Vulcosuit will also allow their pilot to utilise the Paradigm Drive – a special function allowing the wearer to exert a powerful force on the battlefield and prevail over their foes!


The second title from the studio behind I Am Setsuna (I still mean to play that by the way), Lost Sphear introduces an adventure in a new world where an ominous power threatens the fabric of reality itself. Inspired by the great JRPG’s of yesteryear (fans of Chrono Trigger may notice some stylistic similarities), players will join Kanata and his friends as they set out on a journey to harness the power of memory and restore the disappearing world around them.

Lost Sphear will be available digitally from the PlayStation Store, Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, and STEAM on 23rd January 2018. Those who pre-order on the PlayStation Store will receive a “Memoirs of the Moon” dynamic PlayStation 4 theme, as well as two music tracks. Those who pre-order on STEAM will receive a custom Lost Sphear wallpaper, as well as two music tracks.

The game will also be available as a physical package exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store for the PlayStation 4 system and Nintendo Switch. Fans who pre-order the game from the Square Enix Online Store will receive two music tracks as a gift at launch which is nice, now a whole album that is something much more interesting to me.

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