RPG adventure title, Earthlock received an update that brings an additional ten languages to the game, with localisation being introduced later in summer.
PlayStation releases new trailer for an updated and extended edition of the fantasy roleplaying turn-based game Earthlock.
Developer SnowCastle Games' Kickstarted RPG, Earthlock: Festival of Magic, has been out for quite some time. The game initially launched in early September last year on Xbox One, later to be followed by a PC release. The
Today, developer SnowCastle Games and publisher SOEDESCO announced that its turn-based RPG Earthlock: Festival of Magic, which released earlier this year digitally onto Xbox One and PC, is coming to PS4 on January 27, 2017.
Today, developer SnowCastle Games and publisher SOEDESCO released a new trailer for their RPG Earthlock: Festival of Magic, which released earlier this year digitally onto Xbox One and PC, but is set to makes some waves in
RPG Earthlock: Festival of Magic has been in the news lately. Only this Monday developer SnowCastle Games announced that they are hoping to release Earthlock on the upcoming Nintendo Switch. However, in a press release earlier today,
Following the positive reactions of Take Two and Electronic Arts about Nintendo's upcoming home console, indie studio SnowCastle Games have announced their intention to get their title -- Earthlock: Festival of Magic -- released for Nintendo Switch.
Today, developer Snowcastle Games and publisher SOEDESCO announced that its RPG Earthlock: Festival of Magic is not only finally coming to PS4, but that it will be getting a PS4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide retail release
Earthlock: Festival of Magic will be launching onto Xbox One (as well as PlayStation 4 and PC) on September 1, 2016. It will also be the first part of Xbox's Games with Gold for September, with the
Earthlock: Festival of Magic Will Finally Release on Consoles and PC this Fall; Soedesco is Publishing
Snowcastle Games announced today that Earthlock: Festival of Magic, a will finally be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One this fall.