Kemco to Release Antiquia Lost Game on PS4, PS Vita this Fall

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Sony streams trailer for console version of RPG originally launched as smartphone game

The official PlayStation YouTube channel began streaming a trailer for a PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita release of Exe Create's Antiquia Lost (Bōshitsu no Istria) role-playing game on Thursday. The video introduces the game's "slime" heroine, and the different tribes that exist in the game, including the Fai, Ruta, and Eeth Tribes.

Kemco will release the PS4 and PS Vita version this fall.

The official English website describes the story as follows:

Bine, a young man who lives in Crysta Village, a small rural village in the Lands of Fai, spends his days peacefully, doing jobs and dealing with demons for the villagers.

One day, he is asked by Lunaria, a girl who lives near the village, to go with her to the royal capital.

After a journey full of surprises, the two of them arrive at the capital. They are thrilled to be in the city for the first time, but they are greeted by one of the castle soldiers who are supposed to protect the citizens.

With more and more disappearances occurring, the rulers' expectations are mixed. And there is a forgotten existence, too...

Kemco originally released the game for Android and iOS devices in 2016, and for PC via Steam on July 6.

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