Light Fairytale Episode II launch trailer

PC version due out in "three-to-five weeks."

Light Fairytale Episode II has released the launch trailer for Japanese-inspired RPG sequel Light Fairytale Episode II.

While a release date outside of a general “Q1 2021” has yet to be announced, told Gematsu that Light Fairytale Episode II is complete and will launch first for PC, Mac, and Linux in about three-to-five weeks, followed by PlayStation 4 and Xbox One a few weeks later. It will support English, French, and Japanese language options.

Light Fairytale Episode I originally launched in Early Access for PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam in November 2018, followed by a full release in May 2019. An Xbox One version was released in September 2019, followed by PlayStation 4 in November 2019.

Here is an overview of Episode II, via its Steam page:


Light Fairytale is a turn-based Japanese-style RPG series set in a dying underground world ruled by an evil empire.

The goal of this project is to bring back the immersion and emotion of 90s era Japanese RPGs on current platforms with the expected evolution in design and technique.

Episode II resumes the adventure right after Episode I‘s cliffhanger. Play as Haru and Ayaka as they uncover the mysteries of the deeplands while looking for a way back up to reunite with Kuroko, meeting with a mysterious silver haired girl along the way.


  • Ayaka – A beautiful woman who likes taking care of the almost extinct flowers.
  • Mysterious Girl – A mysterious, silver haired girl with fierce words and deeds hiding a fragile heart.

Note About the Light Fairytale Series

Each episode is a standalone game, approximately two-to-three hours long for a first play-through, double it for a full completion of all the achievements and secrets.

Although optional, you can import your final save from the previous episode to bring back your stats, items and more!

Watch the trailer below.

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