Fantasian, the Apple Arcade RPG from Ultimate Fantasy's creator, could also be coming to PC

Kath Santarin
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Fantasian is likely one of the finest video games on Apple Arcade, coming from Mistwalker studio, which was based by Ultimate Fantasy’s creator, Hironobu Sakaguchi. So, you realize that it’s close to inconceivable for this recreation to be dangerous.

One fan and Twitter person, Knoebel, has truly noticed an inventory for Fantasian on the Steam Database (through VGC). The itemizing titles the sport as ‘Fantasian Playtest’ and whether it is to be believed, which means Fantasian could possibly be arriving on PC quickly.

With the sport being unique to Apple Arcade, this lovely RPG has been locked up on iOS units and behind a subscription. For those who’ve an iPhone or iPad, the subscription charge for Apple Arcade (£4.99/$4.99 per thirty days) is properly value it for this beautiful RPG. That stated, there’s nonetheless an entire host of eager followers who’d like to play this recreation, and might’t.

For those who’re not aware of Fantasian, you play as Leo who has discovered himself in an alternate universe and affected by amnesia(normal). You then embark on the hero’s journey to get some solutions about Leo’s id, whereas additionally having to take care of the curious Vam the Malevolent.

Have a look at this lovely diorama setting!

This story then whisks you away into this beautiful world made up of actual, hand-crafted dioramas, making this RPG an incredible visible expertise. That is one thing you don’t see all that usually, and it's carried out so brilliantly in Fantasian that I do actually hope this RPG involves PC simply so extra folks can see how great this recreation, and its environments are, for themselves.

In an interview between Hironobu Sakaguchi and IGN Japan earlier this 12 months, Sakaguchi shared that, “There are various requests for a PC launch, and there are additionally requests for a sequel, so I wish to proceed working as exhausting as attainable.” So, it’s clear {that a} PC launch is needed by each followers and builders, so hopefully this Steam Database itemizing is an indication that it's coming to fruition.

As for a sequel, which Sakaguchi additionally mentions, there’s no clear information of this simply but. Alas, that is one thing else for long-standing Fantasian followers to look ahead to, if it does come to fruition!

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