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Fans of soulslike games, such as Lies of P, may find this game worth a look. Enotria: The Last Song. At the time of writing, the game has a demo on both Steam and the PlayStation Store. Currently, no demo is available for Xbox owners, though hopefully, this will change. Today’s news pertains to the release of Jyamma Games’ upcoming action RPG. According to Twitter/X, the game is now available for preorder. We also have news for those who want a physical copy.

Fireshine Games and Jyamma Games have announced pre-orders for physical editions, as well as a deluxe edition on PlayStation 5. These will be released on September 19, along with the digital launch. Yet, the Deluxe Edition contains an additional weapon skin set, upgrades, and consumables. It also contains a digital artbook and a digital soundtrack.

Enotria: The Last Song

What Exactly Enotria: The Last Song Is About

We know it’s a soulslike action RPG. Store listings such as Steam tell us the game is set in a “beautiful sun-lit world inspired by Italian folklore where the brightest sun casts the darkest shadow. Wear unique role-altering masks, face formidable foes and alter reality with the power of Ardore to unravel the secrets of Enotria” . The key features are as follows.

  • Wield Ardore to alter the world around you
  • Stay on the offensive with quicksteps and chainable parries
  • Strike foes to charge powerful magical Lines
  • Strategically swap between up to three Loadouts at any time
  • Break an enemies posture for a devastating attack, granting you a mighty Awakened buff
  • Reveal the secrets of Enotria to gain Inspiration & unlock new perks in the Path of Innovators

If you are still interested in grabbing this, as we said, it will launch on September 19th for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. In the meantime, another game in this genre will be available next month. So why not check out Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn, which may tide you over until this release?

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