The spiritual heir to the Suikoden series is at the stage of correcting errors and demonstrates riding on the dragon

Today Rabbit & Bear Studios has published a new update on the Kickstarter page for its upcoming JRPG Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes and reported some interesting facts.

We learned that now the game is at the stage of final verification and error correction, and all that remains is "work with 505 Games on its localization and preparation for launching". Nevertheless, checking and adjusting the role -playing game is still a big work, and this is especially true for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes there are many elements for research.

Beta-access for backers will be provided as soon as the game becomes "A little stable".

It’s funny, but we hear that "Mistakes can be both small, like a simple typo, or large, which do not allow the player to move forward at all, and the number of supported languages ​​and platforms makes the struggle with bugs as fierce as the scene from Starship Troopers".

This, of course, is a clear idea of ​​the hard work of QA before the release of a major game.

However, today we also saw a small but important fragment of gameplay. One of the heroes, new, can really saddle the dragon Chandra. So far, we see only a combo-Atak, but it is not yet known whether there will be more cases in the game when the riding riding on the dragon will become a game element. It looks, of course, not bad how you can see below.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes will soon be released for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC April 23, 2024.

Perhaps you have already played Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising, which is the prequel of this action JRPG, but Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is a completely different game, which you can see by watching an extensive trailer that demonstrates its features.

It is not surprising that many are looking forward to the release of this game, because it is being developed by a team under the guidance of the Yosikyak of Murayama, the creator of the Suikoden series.

Such interest led to a very successful campaign on Kickstarter, which raised more than $ 4.5 million in 2020. Obviously, fans have long wanted the spiritual heir to Suikoden.