Enotria: The Last Song: The Italian Souls-clone is Delayed, but is Coming to More Consoles [VIDEO]

Jyamma Games’ Souls clone, based on the Italian culture, was supposed to be released on two platforms instead of the originally planned three, but now it’s coming back to three, but not on the originally planned date.


Jyamma Games had planned to release Enotria: The Last Song for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC, but Microsoft’s console duo was removed from the target platforms during development. Now, the Xbox Series version is back in the works, but it will be released on September 19 instead of August 21. In addition to the delay, an eight-hour demo has been announced for PlayStation 5 and PC, which will be released on May 22.

Enotria: The Last Song is an action-RPG Souls clone set in a fantasy world based on Italian folklore and culture. It aims to take the genre in a new direction, with a vibrant and sun-drenched world based on the Italian summer, where the gameplay allows you to change the world and enemies in a systemic way. It is defined as a Souls clone, but unlike the other similar titles, the developers present a world based on Italian summer colors, and they call it “Summer-Soul”.

The goal is to bring Italy’s rich past and culture to the forefront in a new way that appeals to a broader audience. The developers wanted to convey the colors, vibrancy and general feeling of visiting Italy from the art direction. Enotria: The Last Song aims to capture the heart and soul of the Souls clone fanbase with rewarding exploration, diverse player builds, varied enemy designs, and a unique twist. With Ardore, players will always have access to different strategies that allow them to influence enemy behavior, dynamically change the world around them, solve puzzles, and harness the elements of Enotria itself.

Enotria: The Last Song will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC (Steam, Epic Games Store) on September 19th. The fifteen minute video is courtesy of IGN.

Source: Gematsu, IGN



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