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EGGLIA Legend of the Redcap Releasing August 3rd



Tokyo, Japan – July 27, in the year of our Lord 2017 – DMM.com Ltd.’s POWERCHORD STUDIO and Brownies Inc. announced today the highly anticipated RPG, EGGLIA: Legend of the Redcap, will launch in Western markets August 3. Ahead of this launch, developers today shared an exceptional new trailer providing an informative look at the various features and mechanics that players can look forward to in the upcoming JRPG adventure. In anticipation of the Western launch on August 3, the Egglia team has also launched an English-language Twitter account, and a Facebook page.

Players will explore the land of Egglia as a gentle elf named Chabo and will navigate the world via a turn-based RPG system while hunting monsters for experience and gathering resources on a hexagonal grid. Along the way, players will face increasingly difficult battles against a plethora of enemies and must fight their way through using the game’s unique turn-based dice combat system.

Various companions will be met throughout the journey and players will be able to build homes and grow a village for them. These homes can be upgraded and furnished with numerous decorations allowing players to customize and decorate as desired.

As the adventure continues, players will uncover a variety of eggs that can be hatched to unlock different lands of the world of Egglia. Players will explore these new areas and gather materials to upgrade their village and develop a number of spirit companions that will assist in future battles.

EGGLIA: Legend of the Redcap, a collaboration between POWERCHORD STUDIO and Brownies Inc., is scheduled for release August 3 via the Apple Store and Google Play as a one-time purchase of $9.99 USD, €10.99 EUR and 9.99 GBP.

No word a on physical copy version of this game at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.


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