Sega announces online theater RPG The World End Eclipse for PS Vita, smartphones, and PC

Cross-save and cross-platform play supported.

Famitsu this week reveals The World End Eclipse, a new free-to-play “online theater RPG” due out this winter in Japan from Sega for PS Vita, smartphones, and PC.

The World End Eclipse The World End Eclipse

The game is produced by Shinji Motoyama, best known for his work as producer on Valkyria Chronicles 2. Character design is being handled by Katsumi Enami.

It is set in a ruined world destroyed by a war between dragons. People who were chased off the land built a city on the back of a dragon carcass and are forced to deal with conflicts caused by people and attacking goblins alike. That’s the setting; it’s not only fantasy, but it has military elements, as well.

Save data is compatible across all three types of hardware, and online servers are shared, meaning cross-platform co-op play is also possible. Additionally, the game’s world might change depending on the player’s actions.

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