Eternights Shares 4 Ending Song Uploads Containing Messages from Love Interests

Developer Studio Sai has officially uploaded the ending song for their recently released dating action game Eternights. Composed by Spencer Bambrick, with vocals by Lorien, fans can now hear this track whenever they desire.

However, there is something else worth pointing out. This ending song received four separate YouTube uploads with one notable collective distinct difference. The endings of these videos have vague static voices that seem to imply the respective character returning to the protagonist.

We’ve written down what each video’s concluding dialogue seems to say, quoted below. Just keep in mind that some of it was difficult to make out. Each ending’s YouTube upload is also hyperlinked below:


“Coach…Coach? Your-face….[bunch of cutting in voice lines]… I am running back to you.”


“Tentacle Boy, are you okay? I am-coming back…song…Our song…I think I can go back.”


“Science-signal…picked up…Are you okay? Wormhole…I am coming back to you.”


“Can you hear-me? No, I am [bunch of cutting in voice lines] make it up to you…helping me…You will see me again.”

It’s worth emphasizing that none of this guarantees a sequel or continuation of the sort. But the possibility is certainly there.

We’ll keep you all updated on any future news for Eternights.

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In case you missed the news, a physical release for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 has been confirmed for November 16, 2023. So, enthusiastic fans who value physical media should be on the lookout for this incoming release in the next two months.

In case you missed it, check out our review.

The title has various real-time combat systems in place, including Elemental Attacks, Perfect Dodges, and Parries, that are easy to grasp for those looking to dive into a deep but approachable system.

Of course, fighting isn’t the only thing that players can expect in the title, as it has already been confirmed to include dancing and squatting mini-games, so players can blow off some steam with their friends. Of course, players can expect to romance some endearing girls, potentially leading to multiple endings or route deviations.

You can listen to the Eternights ending song below:

Eternights is currently available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.

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