El Shaddai Creator’s The Lost Child Gets New Trailer Showing Nintendo Switch Version

A new trailer of Takeyasu Sawaki’s upcoming dungeon-crawling JRPG The Lost Child shows Nintendo Switch gameplay and more English voices.

on June 9, 2018 4:56 PM

Today NIS America released a brand new trailer for Takeyasu Sawaki’s dungeon-crawling JRPG The Lost Child.

If Sawaki-san’s name rings a bell for you, that shouldn’t be all that surprising considering that he’s well known for being the developer who created El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron for PS3 and Xbox 360, and also the man behind Okami‘s character design.

This time around, we get to see some gameplay footage showing a quick scene in one of the game’s dungeons, named Layers. Interestingly, while the version previously showed was the PS4 one, this time around we get to see the Nintendo Switch port. Of course, we also see more of the English voice acting.

You can the video out below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy another recent trailer also showing the English voices during another scene in Akihabara, one from the previous week, and an older one.

The game will launch on June 19th in North America and June 22nd in Europe on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita. If you’re interested in grabbing a copy of the game, you can already pre-order it via Amazon.


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