Turn-Based Tactical RPG Lost Eidolons Launches on October 13th

Lost Eidolons

Ocean Drive Studio announced the release date of its debut project, the turn-based tactical RPG Lost Eidolons, which will be available on PC from October 13th via Steam. Xbox fans will get the game on consoles in early 2023.

Jae Kim, CEO of Ocean Drive Studio, said in a statement:

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As fans of TRPG ourselves, we would like nothing better than to have Lost Eidolons join the ranks of great games of the genre when we launch. We’ve had to delay the launch a couple of times based on our players’ feedback after conducting two betas and two Steam demos. It meant we had to spend more time and money to make changes, but looking at the game now, I have no doubt the delays were worth it. I hope all of our beta and demo players will be proud of the final product they helped shape and count Lost Eidolons as a great TRPG.

Ocean Drive Studio, which has two offices in Seoul and Los Angeles, has a development team of around 60 employees. It was backed by Kakao Games and LB Investments, though Lost Eidolons was funded on Kickstarter in May 2021 with $51K.

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