Chained Echoes hits the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in Q4 2022 and gets a new trailer

Developer Matthias Linda and publisher Deck13 have shared a new look at Chained Echoes. It was originally slated to release in Q4 2021 when we last heard about it back in August 2020 but after a long period of silence, Chained Echoes has resurfaced with a release window of Q4 2022 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam. The game can also be played on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S through their backwards compatibility feature.

To recap, Chained Echoes was originally a crowd-funded RPG by Matthias Linda and ran its Kickstarter campaign back in early 2019. Later in January 2020, publisher Deck13 picked up the project and has been working with Matthias Linda to develop and release the 16-bit style fantasy RPG with mechs.

No random encounters, fast-paced turn-based battles, airship customization, and exploration via mechs are some of Chained Echoes' key features. Check out the brand-new trailer below.

Grab your sword, maintain your Mech and calm your Lizard Mage to be prepared for the fresh Trailer Deck13 Spotlight and developer Matthias Linda have released today. The epic new Trailer features everything the game will have to offer later this year. From stunning pixelart-madness and gripping combat situations to demonstrating the perfect blend of fantasy and science fiction.

But the trailer offers more than just glorious music and a first look at some of the impressive monster designs. It also reveals the release window for the JRPG which will release on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and through backwards compatibility to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. Chained Echoes will be released in the fourth quarter of 2022.

The continent of Valandis is marked by war and rumors are that a weapon of mass destruction is an imminent danger. Can a group of strangers restore the peace? Can the weapon be destroyed?

Chained Echoes Screenshots and Artwork
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