I Am Setsuna successor Lost Sphear demo out now on Switch and PS4

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Another ode to JRPGs of yore.

A demo for Lost Sphear, a follow on from Square’s JRPG throwback I Am Setsuna, is now available on PS4 and Switch.

The surprise launch at last night’s extremely eventful Game Awards marks the arrival of the anticipated second title from Square’s Tokyo RPG Factory.

Lost Sphear appears to share similar aesthetic choices as I Am Setsuna but has deeper roots in its Victorian world full of pirate ships and steam power.

The full game is due for release on January 23, 2018 and will be available in a limited physical copy run on consoles, or digitally via PSN or the eShop.

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