Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Dungeon Encounters Launch Trailer isn’t very visible, but the music is shredded

Dungeon encounter It was an interesting presentation at the Square Enix presentation at the Tokyo Game Show. A dungeon crawl RPG with a minimalist aesthetic. Today (October 14th), it will be available at Switch eShop with a 20% discount until October 21st.

The launch trailer above isn’t an overview of the game, so it’s pretty fun to shred a guitar solo (what Square Enix hasn’t actually created beyond what it was before).Announcing the trailer‘) Some people are still a little confused about what it is.

The following is part of the official description and may be a bit helpful-conceptually, it’s pretty easy once you get used to the grid-based approach.

■ Event

Find and visit the white numbered spaces to get items, unlock and change abilities, bring your party back to health, and find hidden merchants.

Combat encounters marked with black numbers are hidden throughout the map. However, they can be revealed with special abilities, allowing you to choose when and where to engage your enemies.

Previously discovered events are recorded in the event log. This is a valuable resource for referring to past experience and tackling future challenges.

■ Battle

Test your strategy in thrilling battles featuring the Active Time Battle (ATB) system that became famous in the Final Fantasy series.

Under the direction of Hiroyuki Ito, the creator of the ATB system, this classic design takes advantage of the sophisticated and sophisticated iterations of the battle to take place in real time, promising exciting and challenging battles.

■ Map

A blank map is waiting for you. Ability points are awarded by exploring and investigating all tiles at each level. Navigate obstacles such as secret passages and hidden traps to conquer the dungeons!

To be on the safe side, some of Square Enix’s best developers and creators are involved in the project.

Producer: Hiroaki Kato
Director: Hiroyuki Ito
Character design: Ryoma Ito
Music: Nobuo Uematsu

Please let us know what you think. Would you like to try this on Switch?