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Tactical 2D RPG 'Arcadian Atlas' has a new trailer, releasing in 2023

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If the big upcoming update to Into the Breach and Tyrant's Blessing wasn't enough tactics for you, how about a little Arcadian Atlas. Another that was crowdfunded on Kickstarter with $95,204 this one definitely needs to be on your wishlist.

"Arcadian Atlas is a unique, narrative-driven isometric tactical RPG set in Arcadia, a nation tearing itself apart via political and familial factions, nefarious plots, treacherous alliances and clandestine intrigues just as ancient evil forces begin to awaken. With a queen willing to do anything to ascend to the throne, no one is safe."

You build up a party from more than 12 custom classes, with each having their own unique skill types and equipment. It's very character-driven, with the developer explaining that every action during battle will count as "just one wrong move could tear your family, its political alliances and the land itself apart for good".

Have a looksie at the new trailer:

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Their current plan is for a Summer 2023 release.

You can follow it on Steam.

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sourpuz 28 Jun
I've been following this for a while. I'm not a huge JRPG fan, but this just looks amazing.
hardpenguin 29 Jun
Looks better and better with each public update! And is that a raccoon character 😍
14 3 Jul
I'm such a sucker for this genre and style even though I don't spend much time with them. It's from all the hours I spent carrying a Gameboy Advance SP in my pocket in high school playing Fire Emblem.
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