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Lost Dimension Coming To PC October 30th
Fight 'The End' once again.
10.27.17 - 11:03 AM

Publisher Ghostlight Interactive has announced that the Lancarse-developed JRPG Lost Dimension will be making its way to PC, via Steam, come October 30th.

lost dimension pc screenshots

Touted as a tactical RPG, Lost Dimension tasks eleven teenagers, laden with psychic abilities, to stop a terrorist figurehead known as 'The End'. Bent on causing an apocalypse in thirteen days, 'The End' will test players with both betrayals within their team (known as S.E.A.L.E.D) and futuristic monsters to battle against.

lost dimension PC screenshots

The PC version of the game will support a number of improvements to the overall performance of the game, including multiple screen resolutions, mouse/keyboard and controller support, cloud saving and Steam Achievements. The localisation from Atlus will remain unchanged, while certain in-game sections of Lost Dimension will sport higher resolution artwork.

lost dimension pc screenshots

Lastly, a trailer for the PC version has also been released, via Ghostlight Interactive's official YouTube channel, highlighting the cast and combat in neon tones, and bopping music. Check it out below!

If you're curious about what RPGFan thought of Lost Dimension's original release, check out reviewer Derek Heemsbergen's thoughts!

Stay tuned to RPGFan for all news Lost Dimension!


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