Official PC Trailer of Octopath Traveler Released by Square Enix

Octopath Traveler PC

After a somewhat premature announcement last week, Square Enix has officially released a PC trailer of Octopath Traveler. The game is set to come out on June 7 on PC via Steam, and will be released worldwide.

Though the trailer features a lot of exploring and combat gameplay, it does not give out any details about any PC specific features that will be in the game. However, we expect more information to come out in the coming weeks.

Take a look at the official trailer for Octopath Traveler below:

Developed by Square Enix, Octopath Traveler was originally released on the Nintendo Switch, and has received multiple awards and nominations since its launch. It has won Nintendo Game of the Year in 2018 amid many other nominations in  other award shows.

Eight travelers. Eight adventures. Eight roles to play. Embark on an epic journey across the vast and wondrous world of Orsterra and discover the captivating stories of each of the eight travelers.

If you are unaware of the game, it is an RPG that pays homage to old school titles with its aesthetic and combat system. It is visually inspired by retro 2D RPGs with beautiful realistic elements set in a 3D world.

You can play as eight difference characters with their own stories to uncover, plus side quests to complete. In addition, each character comes with their own distinctive abilities or Path Actions, skills and talents in frenetic battles.

There are also 8 vast regions to explore in the world of Osterra, where each characters story will unfold. You will get to enjoy the accessible yet deep-turn-based combat battle system and break through enemy lines by identifying and targeting their weaknesses.

What do you think of the trailer? Are you going to get Octopath Traveler on PC? Let us know in the comments below.

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