Enotria: The Last Song, a Solar Souls-like action game based on Italian legends, is finally set for release on Xbox – new release date, extensive demo, and 15 minutes of gameplay revealed.

Jyamma Games studio has made an announcement about a further revision in their plan for the release of their game – Enotria: The Last Song – an action role-playing game set in the world of Italian legends, after its initial delay due to the expansion of Elden Ring.

Background and Release Changes

Enotria: The Last Song was originally expected to be launched on 21st June. However, with the unexpected release of Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree by Bandai Namco on the same day, Jyamma decided not to go down the “suicidal” route, pushing back the release date to 21st August and initially dropping the version for Xbox series X and S.

Surprisingly, the new release date is now set for 19th September on PC (Steam, EGS), PS5, and also on Xbox series X and S. The reasons behind the sudden change in the game plan have not been specified by the developers.

Enotria: The Last Song gameplay

Upcoming Demo of Enotria: The Last Song

A playable demo version of Enotria: The Last Song, expected to provide eight hours of gameplay, will be released on PC and PS5 on 22nd May. The demo will feature a boss, two mini-bosses, 22 types of weapons, and the option to upgrade equipment.

In conjunction with the new release date announcement, a 15-minute gameplay demonstration of Enotria: The Last Song is also available, which gives insights into the key features of the game.

Enotria: The Last Song features

About Enotria: The Last Song

The events of Enotria: The Last Song unfold in the fantasy land of Enotria, trapped in the endless drama of Canovaccio. Players, in the role of a Maskless character free from predefined roles, have to fight the Authors to steer the world out of stagnation.

The developers promise over 40 hours of gameplay, more than 100 types of enemies, over 30 masks for role-switching, 120 different weapons, the ability to “dynamically change the reality,” and a text translation into Russian.

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