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Indie RPG Edge of Eternity Launches June 8th for PC, Consoles Later This Year

Screenshot From Edge of Eternity Featuring Main Cast Sitting At A Table

It’s been a long road for Edge of Eternity, the Kickstarted JRPG from Midgar Studios and Dear Villagers. Following a lengthy development and a two-year early access period, the game is finally ready to launch on June 8th via Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store for Windows. The console version (for PS4/5 and Xbox One/Series X|S) will launch sometime in Q4 this year.

“We would like to thank all the players who have helped us make the game experience better with each update, whether minor or major,” writes Midgar Studios on Steam. “Your feedback has allowed us to take a look at the development process to identify and improve what was wrong. We are eternally grateful for that!” If you’re looking to pick up Edge of Eternity at a discount before the price goes up to its MSRP of $29.99 USD, the game is currently on sale for 33% off.

Check out the release date trailer and brand-new key art for the game down below!

Edge of Eternity Key Artwork of a male and female character standing back to back on a mountain with spaceships and a castle in the distance.

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2 Responses to Indie RPG Edge of Eternity Launches June 8th for PC, Consoles Later This Year


I bet my entire paycheck that they will not have any POCs in the game that matter in a meaningful way maybe a shoe keeper or random nameless people in a crowd. But never important. Instead they will have white people a lot and maybe one alien guy. Or a robot.


Really hopeful of this game. It looks really good, but bits and pieces look rough. The story and gameplay (and that open world) can carry this for me.

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