Fell Seal Breaks Out of Early Access onto PC and Console

6 Eyes Studio and 1C Entertainment’s Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark made its official transition from Early Access title to full release yesterday. After having spent nearly a year in Early Access, the tactical RPG is now available on PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam, as well as on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Since last year, the game’s developers have made several key changes and improvements based on community feedback. Fell Seal‘s full release features five new language options, new difficulty settings, secret characters, and other optional and endgame content for those seeking an extra challenge. This in addition to over forty story missions and thirty character classes to customize parties with, including the ability to assign each character a main and secondary class, as well as special passive and counter abilities that are learned by specific classes but can be utilized regardless of current class choice.

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark takes place in the world of Teora, where a powerful group known as the Council of Immortals, who once saved the land from certain doom, holds sway. Players take on the role of Kyrie, a captain of the agency known as Arbiters — those who uphold the Council’s laws and carry out its orders — as she sets out on a mission to see a captured criminal brought to justice and ends up uncovering age-old plots and mysteries. Fell Seal is available now for $29.99/€24.99; a newly-released launch trailer can be viewed below.



Pascal Tekaia

Pascal joined up with RPGamer in 2015 as a reviewer and news reporter. He's one of THOSE who appreciate a good turn-based JRPG grind almost as much as an amazing story.

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5 Responses

  1. Gameresq Gameresq says:

    Thanks for posting this, Pascal. I have been following this game for a couple of years now and will definitely pick it up on PS4. Hopefully we get a physical release at some point vis LRG or Super Rare Games.

    • Pixelestial Pixelestial says:

      Hi, Gameresq, I’m one of the devs. Thanks for your support! We’d very much like to see a physical release, too. Ultimately it will come down to whether our publisher thinks it’s worthwhile after seeing how digital sales go, so here’s hoping. ^_^

  2. Pixelestial Pixelestial says:

    I’ve gotta say, it’s very cool to see our game on RPGamer. I have a lot of fond memories of the old forums. Thanks, Pascal!

  3. TGBarighm TGBarighm says:

    I was wondering if you could resist pointing that out, heh. And why no dragon haired girl? Bug-eyed dude doesn’t have the same charm.

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