Ocean Drive Studio announced its first title, Lost Eidolons, will come first to PC via Steam Early Access and launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the game. Lost Eidolons is a classic, turn-based tactical RPG and the Kickstarter is an important part of the team’s “open development,” process. Backers will be welcomed to the game’s community for playtests, to share feedback and help Ocean Drive strive to make the next great title in the genre.
Lost Eidolons welcomes players to the fantasy world of Artemesia, where they help the mercenary Eden and his compatriots overthrow a tyrannical despot to return peace to the empire. Players will need strategic planning through the title’s deep unit management systems to accompany savvy tactical gameplay if they are going to conquer the game’s tactical turn-based grid combat. Lost Eidolons will feature a new story to accompany dozens of hours of strategy and tactical play to challenge and reward players.
The title was initially revealed as part of the recent ID@Xbox Indie Showcase and an Xbox release will be announced later. Interested PC players can visit the Steam page to learn more, add the game to their wish list and learn more on the game’s development and updates.
The Kickstarter results will not affect development of the core game but unlock the team to increase the scope of development and offer players some in-game rewards, including:
- Toggable “Permadeath” feature and an enhanced Hell Mode difficulty for those looking for serious challenges
- Leaving messages for players in the form of a tombstone in a graveyard for heroes
- Naming rights for NPCs and powerful items
- Discounted digital copies of the game
This is the first game announced for Ocean Drive Studio and aligns with the studio’s goal to create experiences through an open development process that welcomes communities of players to form, share feedback and help improve a game before it launches.
Lost Eidolons not only offers a first-rate tactical RPG experience for players, it will also offer immersive storytelling, including custom motion capture used for cutscenes in the game. Adding to the immersion will be an original orchestral soundtrack written by composer Clark Aboud, most well-known for his scores for indie hits Slay the Spire and Kind Words (lo fi chill beats to write to).
Players can back the Kickstarter, then join the Ocean Drive Studio Discord to participate in improving the game throughout Early Access. For more information on the game, visit the Ocean Drive Studio website, where features await sharing more details on the game’s gameplay, unit customization, lore and more.
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