Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls comes to PC eight years after its 1st launch in West

Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls

It’s been a while since anime-styled RPG Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls has launched on PS3 in 2009 in Japan and in 2011 in West and now it will come to PC on May 29th and will be available to purchase on Steam and the Humble Store, so if you don’t have PlayStation 3, or Vita, or never have played its mobile version for IOS you are finally belong to number of gamers that can try this game out. It will cost you $14.99, but if you buy it before June 4th you can have it with 10% discount.

“Following in the grand tradition of the Wizardry series is the very first version available for today’s Next-Gen gamers; Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls features a deceptively simple game system complementing deep and involving dungeon designs. Hardcore RPG fans will find an extensive and grueling 1st-person 3D grid-based dungeon crawl experience rendered in high-definition with hand-drawn characters and sprites by famous commercial artist Yuki Hayabusa. Players will develop a party of up to six members culled from a rich mix of five races and eight classes, and prepare to encounter over 120 different monsters.”

PC Version’s Changes

Of course, there will be improvements with new PC port, like HD graphics and different resolution support. The port will come with all previously released DLC content. Plus, with the PC version you still can use controller along with added keyboard & mouse option, you also can modify your controls.

Xseed also mentioned a new turbo mode, but there are no details yet.

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