Developer Midgar Studio revealed what their post-launch plans are for Edge of Eternity. In a new alert, the developer doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon when it comes to supporting the full release of their game.
Currently, the team is working on bug fixes and rebalancing the difficulty. Further, they have plans to introduce more content in the coming months.
Their road map is as follow:
- Q4 2021 Updates:
- Additional party member
- New Monsters and quests
- New NPC models
- Improvement and bugfixes
- An extra special additional content
We aren’t sure what that last point is, but only time will tell.
- Full Nekaroo farm and breeding
- Endgame content
- New gear and weapons
- New dungeons and quests
- New game+
- A new version of the Modkit
- Free character skins
- Summing system
- and More
It seems like the game still has a ways to go, but the community is supporting the indie RPG, which allows them to continue to work on their vision.
Edge of Eternity has been in development by a small group of JRPG fans. Since it first launched on Steam Early Access, the game has seen regular updates and additional chapters as it expanded its systems and perfected its mechanics.
The story follows a soldier named Daryon and his group on their quest to save a dying world. Players will tackle quests in various ways as they fight monsters and towering bosses utilizing a turn-based battle system. The game also features musical tracks from Chrono Trigger and Xenoblade Chronicles composer Yasunori Mitsuda.
In case you missed it, check out our review.
Edge of Eternity is now available on PC-via Steam. A PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series release is planned for Q4 2021.
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