Etrian Odyssey X is coming to Nintendo 3DS in Japan on Aug. 2, and Atlus isn’t ready to stop there. The company is already looking towards the future of the series beyond 3DS.
It is a series of dungeon crawler RPGs published by Atlus. There have been quite a few games released since its inception in 2007. The first three games appeared on the Nintendo DS before the fourth game made its way to the 3DS. Since then, every game in the series, including remakes and Mystery Dungeon spinoffs, have been on the 3DS.
Etrian Odyssey X will at last be the 10th entry in the Etrian Odyssey series. The reason we have been able to continue the series is thanks to all of the fans who have played and supported its titles thus far. Thank you so much.
As we said at the start, Etrian Odyssey X is a culmination of the Etrian Odyssey series thus far, as well as the last Etrian Odyssey game for 3DS. But of course, that means the last “for 3DS.” The last title for 3DS is nothing other than an announcement for the beginning of the next stage.
We are now moving quickly toward a completely new world for the Etrian Odyssey series that everyone has supported thus far. We are working hard to realize this passion as quickly and properly as possible, so please continue to give us your support.
You can see the new teaser for the future of the series (known as Sekaiju no Meikyuu in Japan) below.