Last Epoch Pre-Order Details Revealed Along With Launch Trailer

Eleventh Hour Games, the indie studio that started from a Reddit post, has released pre-order details for the Deluxe and Ultimate Editions for Last Epoch. The action RPG available on PC via Steam will be getting a full 1.0 release on February 21, 2024. The developer also revealed a launch trailer showcasing story, character classes, combat, and the world of Eterra.

After selling 1 million copies while in Early Access, Founder and CEO Judd Cobler shared the following message “We’re honored and humbled that the Last Epoch community has grown to one million players. Being fans of the genre first and foremost, we’ve always kept close to our community and tried to reflect the needs and wishes of the players as we craft an action RPG for the ages”.

The three digital editions of Last Epoch include the following:

  • Standard Edition – $34.99: Pre-order includes the base game and Golden Guppy exclusive pet.
  • Deluxe Edition – $49.99: Along with the Golden Guppy, players get the full soundtrack as a digital download, plus 50 Epoch points. In addition, players will be able to unlock the Adolescent Chronowyrm cosmetic pet, the Fallen Ronin cosmetic armor set, and the Firefly’s Refuge cosmetic portal upon release.
  • Ultimate Edition – $64.99: Everything included in the Deluxe Edition along with 100 Epoch points, as well as the Temporal Guardian cosmetic armor set, the Twilight Fox cosmetic pet, the Adult Chronowyrm cosmetic pet, and the Celestial Way cosmetic portal, which will unlock on February 21, 2024.

Owners of the Early Access version of Last Epoch can upgrade to the Deluxe Edition for $14.99 or the Ultimate Edition for $29.99 on Steam. As of February 22, 2024, there will be unique free loot via Twitch Drops by looking up the Last Epoch category on Twitch as part of the launch week bonus.


Naeem Ali

I have been gaming since I received the Sega Master System as a young child, which was the first console I ever owned (Yes, I am that old). The game that got me into RPGs was Final Fantasy VIII, a game that I still adore to this day. My favorite RPG of all time, however, is Shadow Hearts on the PS2. I do have many other interests outside of gaming as well, such as watching old-school wrestling, Reading books, 80s movies.... or anything 80s related as a matter of fact.

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