Star Ocean: The Divine Force is getting a playable demo

Star Ocean: The Divine Force

Publisher Square Enix and developer tri-Ace announced a playable demo for Star Ocean: The Divine Force.

The new demo is launching across Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 on September 20th. Fans can expect the demo to let you play through Raymond’s story until he gets to the first town – or roughly two hours of content.

Square Enix also shared updated box art for the game from artist Akiman, which has both announced and unannounced characters:

Here’s the game’s final trailer, from Tokyo Game Show 2022:

Here’s a rundown on the October 2021-announced game:

Star Ocean: The Divine Force

[Fly Around Areas Freely]

In STAR OCEAN THE DIVINE FORCE, characters can freely move in 360° degrees and roam the skies.

[Move and explore freely in three dimensions: everything you see can be explored!]

You can move in three dimensions whilst flying around the largest environment ever. Whether you’re flying around and exploring rockfaces and roofs of buildings in the city, or leaping off cliffs to seamlessly enter battles, you’ll have more freedom in terms of both adventuring and battling.

[The Fastest and Strongest Action of any in the Series.]

While the game will give you space to play as you please, the scope of its battles has also evolved. Characters can subdue a large number of enemies with super high-speed movement attacks, special abilities where you can vanish for a brief moment from right in front of your enemies’ eyes, and a skill which could kill in one hit!

This game will feature a challenging yet thrilling battle experience to enjoy while freely soaring in the skies.

Star Ocean: The Divine Force is launching October 27th across Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.

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