Octopath Traveler Gets July Release Date


If you're a fan of Square Enix's RPGs that aren't necessarily Final Fantasy, then you might have heard that past year, the company announced that they would be launching a new RPG called Octopath Traveler.

The Octopath Traveler section of the Nintendo Direct stream started off by introducing Tressa the Merchant and Alfyn the Apothecary. His motivation is to heal all those he comes across during his adventure. His path action is "Acquire", which allows him to get info others are not privy to in conversations. Tressa the merchant can purchase things from townsfolk and other NPCs.

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A new feature allows players to have the skills from two different jobs (a base occupation and another you can equip later) that will grant them different abilities in combat. Jobs can be combined to expand strategic options. There will be a standard edition and a special edition.

There will also be a special edition release of the game that mimic's the game's distinctive "HD-2D" artstyle with a pop-up book, while the soundtrack will be available digitally at a later date.

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Octopath Traveler, the classic-style JRPG with high-definition visuals matched with 16-bit character models, finally has a release date.

The demo for Octopath Traveler is now available on the Switch's eshop. Which edition do you plan on buying?

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