Square Enix Reveals Infinite Undiscovery

Infinite Undiscovery

In a sign of growing support for the Xbox 360, Square Enix has revealed the development of Infinite Undiscovery, a new fantasy RPG for Microsoft’s console in development at tri-Ace. Release details are mum at this point other than it’s “coming soon.” It’s also worth pointing out that the press release indicates that the game is being developed for “next-generation hardware,” and although the 360 is the only platform specified, nowhere is there mention of exclusivity. So maybe there’s a PS3 version coming down the road too, we shall see…

Speculation and rumor-mongering aside, hit the jump for a snippet from the press release describing the game and a pair of first-look screenshots.

Discovery & Impact:

The actions taken by the player with each discovery will have a real-time impact on the world.

Situational Battles:

Players will be confronted with a variety of dramatic “situational battles” such as executing a daring escape while a gigantic ogre follows in hot pursuit, or waging battle amidst towering tidal waves. The dynamic environments change and respond in real-time to player commands, creating an entirely new experience never before seen in the genre.

A Seamless World and Real-time Action:

Combat, exploration, and other actions all take place within the same environment, seamlessly shifting between each game facet. Battles are carried out in real-time, bringing the vibrant fighting sequences of the STAR OCEAN series out of the traditional battle screen into a beautiful and lush environment.

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