One Step From Eden Switch physical edition launches February 25, 2021 in Japan

Currently available via the Nintendo eShop worldwide.

One Step From Eden

Flyhigh Works will release a physical edition of One Step From Eden for Switch on February 25, 2021 in Japan for 3,960 yen, listings at retailers such as Amazon Japan and Rakuten confirm.

The Switch version of One Step From Eden is currently available via the Nintendo eShop worldwide.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

About

One Step from Eden combines strategic deck-building and real-time action with rogue-like elements, allowing your character the chance to carve a path of mercy or destruction. Fight alone or with a friend in co-op as you cast powerful spells on the fly, battle evolving enemies, and collect game-changing artifacts. Can you make it to Eden or will your destruction be imminent?

Key Features

  • Genre-Bending – Experience a blend of strategy and real-time action. Build your deck and fight through bullet hell as you make your way to Eden.
  • Comprehensive Deckbuilding – Customize your deck and play style with 200-plus spells and 100-plus game-changing items.
  • Varied Gameplay – A cast of nine playable characters across procedurally generated levels with alternate runs ensures you’ll never experience the same situation or outcome twice.
  • Play with Friends – Fight your way to Eden in local co-op or in player-versus-player.

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