Pitched as a “2D Souls-like side-scrolling action RPG with fast-paced battles and hack-and-slash elements,” you must take up arms as the God Slayer and set out to terminate the Pantheon of Six to free humanity from its torment.
With character art from Namie (Fate/Grand Order, Arknights, Azur Lane), that will see you seeking out the evil rulers and their elite guardians in an interconnected, Metroidvania-like world.
The enemies that you slay will reward you with Anima that can be used to upgrade your weapons and magic abilities through an extensive skill tree. Your Divine skills can be combined to “deliver ungodly levels of damage with beautiful animations,” and you will absorb the powers of slain deities to open up new ways to journey even further into their heavenly domain.
“Lost Epic is a story of epic proportions, and it’s been a goal of ours to share it with as many players and platforms as possible,” the developer explains. “We are thankful for positive feedback we have received from our community, and look forward to fulfilling their wishes of experiencing Lost Epic at home and on the go with the Nintendo Switch.”
Lost Epic will release digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on 20th April 2023.