Developer Midgar Studios and publisher Dear Villagers announced today that JRPG Edge of Eternity revealed a launch roadmap that includes launching in 2021.
Edge of Eternity, which developers say takes influences from Japanese and Western roleplaying games, has undergone multiple updates in Steam Early Access to prepare for the full launch of the game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam for PC.
The roadmap to launch feature eight items, five of which have been completed thus far. Next up is Chapter VI: The God’s Herald, which is set to launch sometime in November.
Chapter VII: A Message from Beyond is given a “Q1 2021” time frame with the full launch sometime in the Spring.
The game will release physically only on PlayStation 4 only and developers said pre-orders are currently available through BestBuy.
“A grand tale of hope and sacrifice, players join young soldier Daryon and a cast of unforgettable characters as they set out on a fate-defying journey across a dying world,” developers said in a press release. “Solve quests in multiple ways, master a deep and strategic combat system and enjoy a stunning soundtrack including contributions from Chrono Trigger & Xenoblade Chronicles composer, Yasunori Mitsuda.”