Lost Sphear – Available to Pre-Order (PS4 and Switch)

Tokyo RPG Factory’s next game Lost Sphear is now available to pre-order. That is, if you want a copy of the limited physical release.

Continuing their message of “The good old days are coming back” the team behind I Am Setsuna have their sites on an early 2018 release date for Lost Sphear.

You control Kanata, who awakens after a devastating dream to find his hometown disappearing. To restore what is lost you must awaken the power of memory to restore the town and save the world.

Obviously little else is known about the game at the moment, but the announcement trailer offers an interesting view on the game play and importantly the music which is wonderful. Everything shown in the video is development footage and subject to change but so far it also looks really good.

Some people did not like I Am Setsuna, so it will be interesting to see how this game gets received when it is finally released next year.

If you want to pre-order it though, you can click to go to the UK store over here – https://store.eu.square-enix.com/uk/product/444633/lost-sphear-ps4 Otherwise hit up your local Square-Enix store!

It will set you back £39.99 for the PS4 and Switch versions.

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