Edge Of Eternity Leaves Early Access in June, Next-Gen Releases to Come Later

JRPG Edge Of Eternity will be leaving Steam Early Access in two months, with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S releases to follow later this year.

Edge Of Eternity, from developer Midgard Studios and publisher Dear Villagers, has been in Steam Early Access since December 5, but it will be getting a full release on PC on June 8. Midgard and Dear Villagers also announced that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions will release sometime in Q4 2021. 

JRPG fans might recognize Edge Of Eternity not just from its Early Access release but also from its Kickstarter campaign, where more than 4,000 people contributed to make the game possible.  

Because of that success, Edge of Eternity features a soundtrack penned by Yasunori Mitsuda, the composer behind the music of Chrono Trigger and Xenoblade Chronicles. If you'd like a sneak preview into what that will sound like, you can check out the latest trailer for the game below. 

Until its release on consoles in Q4 2021, JRPG fans anxiously awaiting the full release can jump into the Early Access version for 33% off the original price until April 13 if they're inclined to check it out on PC. Game Pass subscribers may want to wait though, as Edge Of Eternity is also set to launch on Game Pass on Day One.  

Those who have dived into Edge Of Eternity already applaud how much the game has to offer, and the added 20 hours of gameplay with the full release, along with the reduced price, make Edge Of Eternity quite the tantalizing deal for JRPG fans looking for something new to sink their teeth into. Stay tuned for more. 


David is a Freelance Video Game Journalist who never got over how GlaDOS lied to him about cake. He only eats pie now.

Published Apr. 8th 2021

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