Publisher 1C Entertainment and developer 6 Eyes Studio have announced that their tactical RPG Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is all set for a full 1.0 launch on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on April 30.
The game has been in the Steam Early Access oven since August 2018, but now it’s fully baked and ready to go out into the world. Pre-orders are now available on Xbox Live with a 15% discount for all Xbox members, and on the PlayStation Store with a 10% discount for all PS Plus members.
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is set in the fantastical world of Teora, which was torn asunder centuries ago. The world has mostly recovered under the guidance of the ruling Immortal Council, however, it still suffers from danger. Players will take on the role of Kyrie, an Arbiter serving the Council, who will be tasked with protecting the land’s folks from dangers that lurk around.
However, there’s something even more menacing that’s beneath the surface, which will prove to be an even greater challenge. Kyrie soon comes to realize that her own order is filled with deep, dark secrets, and it’s up to the player to discover what exactly is going on. With the epic and mature story, which will have players go through 40 major encounters and challenging end, Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark seems like it’ll be one epic adventure.
As far as the tactical RPG (TRPG) gameplay goes, it’s clear that it’s inspired by the likes of classic TRPGs, such as Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre. Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark will have a deep and complex class system with over 20 classes and 200 abilities that encourage players to customize every nook and cranny of their characters in a way that fits their playstyle. This will undoubtedly let players come up with specific squads and strategies to take care of all the tough turn-based combat battles.
Not only will players be able to customize classes and abilities, however, as there’ll be *drum roll, please* character appearance customization options as well. From their portrait to their outfit, along with colors and overall visuals, there’ll be a wide selection of options to choose from. While looks are, of course, a nice plus, players will find that there are over 240 pieces of equipment to get — whether it’s purchased, taken from fallen enemies (finders keepers, losers weepers), or created via crafting.
See if Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a loyal and worthy successor of classic TRPGs we all know and love by checking out the trailer and screenshots below:
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