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Eleventh Hour Games are ramping up their plans for the 1.0 release of Last Epoch, the popular ARPG with a rather unique sounding item trading system. Now there's a new trailer and details of pre-order bonuses if you pick it up before February 21st.

A big milestone was also hit with an announcement shared with us that they've crossed over 1 million sales. “We’re honored and humbled that the Last Epoch community has grown to one million players,” said Judd Cobler, founder and CEO of EHG, and game director on Last Epoch. “Being fans of the genre first and foremost, we’ve always kept close to our community and tried to reflect the needs and wishes of the players as we craft an action RPG for the ages.”

They also announced three editions of the game for pre-order, but since it's in Early Access you can play right away but the new goodies arrive with the 1.0 release. Here's their new editions:

  • Standard Edition - $34.99: offering the same outstanding value that has already attracted over 1 million players, the entry-level Standard Edition pre-order comes with the Golden Guppy exclusive pet.
  • Deluxe Edition - $49.99: As well as the cute Golden Guppy, the Deluxe Edition includes the full game soundtrack as a digital download*, and 50 Epoch Points. On February 21 it will unlock the Adolescent Chronowyrm cosmetic pet, the Fallen Ronin cosmetic armor set, and the Firefly’s Refuge cosmetic portal.
  • Ultimate Edition - $64.99: As well as the cosmetics and soundtrack* from the Deluxe Edition, the Ultimate Edition includes 100 Epoch Points and from February 21 unlocks the Temporal Guardian cosmetic armor set, the Twilight Fox cosmetic pet, the Adult Chronowyrm cosmetic pet, and the Celestial Way cosmetic portal

(* May be delivered at a later date following the release of patch 1.0.)

Last Epoch also needed a new trailer for a while now, and they certainly delivered. Watch it below:

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It has Native Linux support and is currently rated as Unsupported on Steam Deck, although it does work. Running it through Proton seems to be the best way to play though, as their Native Linux version has various graphical issues reported.

Available to buy on Steam.

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This game a long time coming, but now the trailer looks amazing.

I'll get it if my friends are game.
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