Atlus has published an update for Etrian Odyssey Nexus, which launches for Nintendo 3DS on February 5.
In today’s update, Atlus has opened the full official website for Etrian Odyssey Nexus and uploaded a brand new Challenge trailer.
Visit the official website here. Check out the trailer below:
Etrian Odyssey Nexus launches for Nintendo 3DS™ on February 5, 2019! As you carefully explore the labyrinths found on the continent of Lemuria, you must learn to adapt to the challenges you will encounter. Otherwise, you will face almost certain defeat at the hands (or jaws) of the beasts and FOEs lurking within. Find out more by checking out the latest trailer!Etrian Odyssey Nexus Official Website Launch!As part of today’s update, we are proud to announce the full official websitefor Etrian Odyssey Nexus has launched! Inside, you will find more details regarding playable classes, important characters, the systems in Etrian Odyssey Nexus that we touch on in the newest trailer.Key Features
- The Definitive Etrian Odyssey Experience – With more classes, characters, gameplay systems, and labyrinths than any other game in the series, Etrian Odyssey Nexus is the ultimate dungeon-crawling adventure.
- Customize Your Perfect Exploration Party – Create and customize characters from 19 playable classes, then take on the dangerous creatures of Lemuria’s labyrinths with your perfect party!
- Both Newcomers and Veterans Welcome! – With the ability to swap between four distinct difficulty settings, auto-mapping settings, and a grand standalone story, there’s something for everyone from series newcomers to experienced veterans.
- A Love Letter to Etrian – Longtime series mainstays Yuji Himukai (Character Designer), Shin Nagasawa (Monster Designer), and Yuzo Koshiro (Composer) have come together to create the preeminent Etrian experience for the series’ final installment on the Nintendo 3DS™.All pre-order and first-run copies of the game will come with an exclusive art book featuring the incredibly-detailed character art of Yuji Himukai and monster art of Shin Nagasawa, a pin featuring Vivian (the adorable innkeeper in Nexus), and the game itself — all in a special collector’s box.