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Check out Fantasian’s Stunning New Trailers

Fanatasian Title Next to Leo with a Sword

For anyone looking forward to Fantasian, the mobile RPG by Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, publisher Mistwalker just released some new information along with screenshots and trailers.

Fantasian tells the tale of a world dominated by machines. Players will take the role of Leo, who finds himself suffering from amnesia in an unfamiliar place after surviving an explosion. Players will guide Leo as he attempts to rediscover who he is and how he fits into a world where machines are encroaching on the world more and more by the day. Story beats will be delivered through written notes, journals, and mini-novels that flesh out the world and hint at the truth of Leo’s situation.

Beyond the story, we also got some new information on Fantasian’s gameplay. The combat system looks like it will be very familiar to turn-based RPG fans with one major twist, the dimengeon system. Using this system, you can exile enemies into an alternate dimension instead of fighting them. Once the Dimengeon fills up, though, you’ll have to take them out all at once to empty it before you can use it again. This feature will be great for when you don’t want to let pesky mechanical monsters interrupt your hike through the game’s diorama-based environments, or for when you just can’t pull yourself away from one of Uematsu’s overworld songs. 

Fantasian releases in 2021 on Apple Arcade (which includes iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and tvOS).

For up-to-date Fantasian news, stay tuned to RPGFan.

Source: Gematsu

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Brian Mackenzie

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Brian is a news editor at RPGFan with a minor addiction to Fire Emblem games. When he isn't obsessing over his unit's stats, or writing news, you can find Brian writing ideas for his Dungeons and Dragons game or hanging out with his pet lizard.

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