Etrian Odyssey X Announced by Atlus for Nintendo 3DS; Will Be the Last on the Console

Atlus remains faithful to the venerable 3DS with Etrian Odyssey X, but it's the last game of the series to appear on the portable console.

April 10, 2018

While Nintendo has shifted most of its weight on the Switch, Atlus is among those developers that appear not to be ready to jump off the still-profitable 3DS ship. Today they announced Etrian Odyssey X (which read “Cross“), the latest game of the popular JRPG series Etrian Odyssey.

That being said, they did mention that this is the last game of the series on Nintendo’s venerable pure-portable console. What will come after is unknown.

The game will be released on August 2nd, 2018 in Japan, and it’ll cost 6,480 yen excluding tax.

The setting is the floating city of Maginia on the island of Lemuria, and nineteen classes will be available to the player. This includes a new class named “Hero,” which you can see portrayed at the top of the post and on the box art.

The classic map-drawing system involving the stylus also makes a comeback, and we get the first trailer, that you can enjoy below.

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If you’re unfamiliar with the series, you can enjoy our review of the previous game, Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth.

You can also watch the game’s first trailer below.

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