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Lost Sphear finally made its debut in North America and Europe this week. The launch was accompanied by a day one update. Square Enix didn’t really go into the specifics, only stating that it provides “new equipment and artefacts, a new dungeon, the new Moonlight Battleground mode and much more.” Thankfully, the Japanese website has more information.

For Moonlight Battleground, a new NPC “Transcender of Reason” shows up on the Fading Hill after you’ve cleared the game. Speak with him to be able to have rematches against previous bosses. Their strength levels will be adjusted to the player’s levels, so they will offer challenging battles.

Lost Sphear is officially available today in the west. To celebrate, Square Enix has released a new trailer. We have the video below.

Make sure to download the day one update for Lost Sphear. It features a number of free upgrades including new equipment and artefacts, a new dungeon, the new Moonlight Battleground mode, and more.

Lost Sphear makes its debut on Switch this week in North America and Europe. Have a look at the game’s first hour below.

Lost Sphear music trailer

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Square Enix released a new trailer for Lost Shear to highlight some of the music you’ll encounter while playing the RPG. Have a look at the video below.


Following up on its Japanese release, Lost Sphear arrives on Switch in the west next month. You can see how the Switch and PlayStation 4 versions compare below.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

Update: Bumped to the top. The Lost Sphear demo is live in North America. Also, you can now pre-load the game in North America.

Original: Lost Sphear, Square Enix’ latest RPG for the Switch, has been out in Japan for a couple of months now. A demo was also released for the game on the Japanese eShop back in September. With the game’s Western release on January 23rd rapidly approaching, the demo is now also available on the European Switch eShop. It’ll likely hit the North American eShop soon as well.

Thanks to Bart and chusetto for the tip.

Now that the Lost Sphear demo is available on the European Switch eShop, we’re able to see what it’s like in English. Take a look at some footage below.

To celebrate Lost Sphear’s western demo release, Square Enix has prepared a new trailer. Developer Tokyo RPG Factory has also passed along a message. Both videos can be found below.

Unlike I Am Setsuna, Lost Sphear will be sold physically in North America and Europe. There was a catch when Square Enix announced the game, however. It seemed as though the physical version would be exclusive to the company’s store. Or so we thought.

We started to notice this last week, but it looks like Lost Sphear will be sold on Amazon in Europe. We first spotted a listing on Amazon UK. Amazon Germany and Amazon France have listings now as well.

As for North America, well… we might be out of luck there. So far there aren’t any signs of Lost Sphear being available anywhere else other than Square Enix’s online store. But if you absolutely don’t want to deal with that site, importing from Amazon’s European outlets should be an option.

Square Enix released a new story-focused, English trailer for Lost Sphear titled “Restore the World”. See the video below.

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