Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection Trailer Shows Switch and PC Gameplay
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Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection Trailer Shows Switch and PC Gameplay

Etrian Odyssey Origins marks quite a change for the series, given it is going from two-screen devices to single screens, and a new gameplay trailer from Atlus highlights what to expect. However, this video doesn’t just show what dungeon-diving and cartography looks like in the collection. It also shows what it will be like to put together a party and send them into battle. This also means seeing how the visuals changed from the original handheld releases to the Switch and PC versions.

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Here’s the full Etrian Odyssey Origins new trailer. It offers hints at what people can expect from Etrian Odyssey HD, II HD and III HD. There are also glimpses at the customization options newly available here. As a reminder, there will be some new character portrait options not present in past releases. The video begins by first showing the labyrinth. Then, there are some quick battles. From there, we can watch guild creation and see the character skill tree. From there, it looks at mapping and exploring. It closes with looks at fights, including battles with dreaded F.O.E. monsters.

We’ve seen peeks at the games in the collection ahead of this trailer. For example, Atlus recently offered a quick peek at the Etrian Odyssey III mapping functionality.

Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection will appear on the Nintendo Switch and PC on June 1, 2023. People who pre-order get access to character portrait DLC based on other Atlus titles like Persona. The original two games appeared on the DS and 3DS, while the third game only appeared on the DS.

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