One of the most well-received Switch games from previous year was Square Enix's RPG Octopath Traveler.
As of this writing, Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent has only been confirmed for Japan in 2019. Octopath Traveler had some of the most boring dungeons designs I've ever seen, a huge discrepancy in the quality of the eight stories and a barebones endgame among many other problems. That coupled with the return of the sound direction that earned Octopath a Game Awards nomination for best score/soundtrack, mobile fans have a lot to look forward to.
For whatever reason, some game developers create completely unique gameplay experiences based on their existing properties and not bother naming it something else entirely.
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Set within the continent of Osterra, the plot features three conquerors which you as "the chosen one" will go up against to stop.
A translation of a tweet shared to the game's official Twitter account notes that a closed demo for that game, Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent, will take place ahead of its full launch. Well, at least that's not what Square Enix is promising. Although the Octopath Traveler prequel will launch with eight characters, the developers plan to add more as post-launch content.
The development team has stated that this title will include various story updates and even a few character inclusions outside of the starting cast of eight. One game will be a free-to-play RPG for mobile phones, while a sequel is also in the works for console platforms.