The PC version of Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls has suffered another delay. Due to licencing difficulties, XSEED Games will not be able to release it until early next year.
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XSEED Games was intending to release Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls on PC today. However, a late issue has caused the release to be delayed.
Dungeon-crawler Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls is coming to PC. XSEED Games will be releasing the game on digital storefronts in just a couple of weeks.
A PC release of popular Switch RPG Octopath Traveler has been formally announced. The June 7 release on Steam will feature achievements, dual audio, and full controller support.
Square Enix has announced a free-to-play mobile prequel to Octopath Traveler. Champions of the Continent will use many of the same elements as the original Switch release and is coming to Japan this year.
Japan is getting an Anniversary Edition of Class of Heroes on Switch in a couple of months. A new set of screenshots highlight some of the extra features that the new version brings.
Acquire’s dungeon crawling series gets a revival, as the first game hits Switch in Japan next week. We await to see if the remaster will head west, or for any updates on the third game’s planned release for that matter.
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