Publisher EA has announced more details for the upcoming Zoink Studios developed Lost in Random. In particular, the 6 realms players will explore are listed alongside their distinct features, visuals, and more.
You can read brief information listings of the 6 realms below, highlighting the general atmospheres and types of people players will encounter:
- Onecroft: The most decrepit of the six realms, Onecroft is a run-down area filled with the discarded junk of the other five sectors. This is where Even and her sister Odd call home, and find solace in the safety of its borders.
- Two-Town: Two-Town is a place of dualities and split-personalities, changing on a day-to-day basis with the roll of the Queen’s dice. This magical realm is always shifting and can be drastically different with each new morning.
- Threedom: This region has been in disarray since its King was murdered years ago, with his surviving triplets launching a neverending three-way civil war soon thereafter.
- Fourburg: Built upon the ruins of Four-town, Fourburg is a realm of lawlessness where gambling is the only way to get what you want.
- Fivetropolis: Once a mythical and powerful land filled with wonders and greatness, Fivetropolis faded into a shadow of itself after the No Dice War, similar to the other realms.
- Sixtopia: Deemed the greatest of realms by the Queen who resides here, Sixtopia is known as a magical paradise of luxury. However, all those who enter somehow never return to their home realm.
The full Realms of Random blog post on EA has more details that intrigued players can dive into.
Lost in Random is set in a macabre where players are introduced to Even, who isn’t in a very good financial spot at the moment. It seems her life is at a crossing point as her sister, Odd, has just been captured by the queen. Even isn’t having any of that and so she sets out on an adventure with a new friend named Dicey to save her sister and maybe even put a stop to the queen.
Lost in Random is releasing for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and PC on September 10, 2021.
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