LOST EPIC, 2D Hack & Slash Action Game with Online Cooperative Multiplayer Out Now on Steam Early Access
Latest Title From Creators of EARTH’S DAWN Which Has More Than 300,000 Downloads
TOKYO – June 5, 2020 – LOST EPIC, a 2D side-scrolling action RPG with fast-paced battles and elements of hack-and-slash from Team EARTH WARS, surprise launches today on Steam Early Access for Windows PC without a prior release date announcement, as revealed today at INDIE Live Expo 2021.
Featuring a vast amount of character progression options, and a multitude of upgradeable weapons, LOST EPIC invites adventurers to summon help from other players online, by using the item Shroud of Mist. Two explorers can join in, spawn to the chosen area, and assist the main character, in exchange for Anima that strengthens equipment and Tamahagane that can further power skills.
Early Access contains a third of the content planned for 1.0, featuring at least 7-10 hours of gameplay with additional challenges. Travel through The Sacred Mountain of Fertilis and Lake Pelgrand, discover more than 30 weapons, and more than 100 skills, with character artwork by Namie (Fate/Grand Order, Arknights, Azur Lane).
In a newly released trailer, developer Team EARTH WARS. explains the features of Early Access, with multiplayer footage and voices of the characters sprinkled throughout the video. LOST EPIC is still under active development, with further content updates planned ahead of the 2021 launch. The developers invite the community to submit their feedback through Steam and the official Discord server.
About Team EARTH WARS
The production team from EARTH’S DAWN which was released in 2015 and ported to many platforms. EARTH’S DAWN is a stylish fast-paced 2D action RPG. The user friendly interface and the hack and slash style replayability was praised by hardcore gamers resulting in 300,000 downloads.
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