I Am Setsuna developer Tokyo RPG Factory has announced Lost Sphear, a new role-player headed to Nintendo Switch, PC and PlayStation 4 in early 2018.

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Lost Sphear will build upon the battle system of I Am Satsuma and also shares a similar art style.

Its story will follow a young boy, Kanata, who finds his hometown disappearing. Cue the start of an adventure, the gathering of party members and a quest to save the world.

A limited number of physical copies will be sold via publisher Square Enix's online store. Otherwise, the game will be a digital launch via the Nintendo eShop, PlayStation Store and Steam.

Here's the reveal trailer:

If you're yet to play it, I Am Setsuna comes highly recommended: "Not just a loving tribute to the JRPGs of the 90s, the game tells a memorable tale, with a few bright design jewels of its own," Simon Parkin wrote in Eurogamer's I Am Setsuna review.

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