Political Intrigue Abounds when Arcadian Atlas Launches Summer 2023

Fight Amidst a World Inflamed in Arcadian Atlas


Arcadian Atlas | Featured

Like many of you, I started to love the tactical RPG genre thanks in large part to games like Final Fantasy Tactics. That applies to Twin Otter Studios as well, the team behind the crowdfunded tactical RPG game Arcadian Atlas. And now, in conjunction with publisher Serenity Forge, they announced a PC release window for the game – Summer of 2023.

Arcadian Atlas | Cutscene

While it’s a bummer that Arcadian Atlas is still that far away, here’s the good news. It features lush pixel art, political intrigue, ancient powers awakening and more. It also happens to include several different classes and tons of distinct skill trees to help customize every member of your party.

Arcadian Atlas | Combat 1

As for what the game is about, here’s a quick snapshot:

Arcadian Atlas | Skills

Arcadian Atlas is a unique, narrative-driven isometric tactical RPG set in Arcadia, a nation tearing itself apart via political and familial factions, nefarious plots, treacherous alliances and clandestine intrigues just as ancient evil forces begin to awaken. With a queen willing to do anything to ascend to the throne, no one is safe.

Arcadian Atlas | Regal

Honestly, the only negative thing I can say about Arcadian Atlas is that it’s only confirmed as coming to PC. But regardless, I suspect this is a game fans of the genre will really enjoy. Be sure and check out in the trailer below. And stay tuned to HPP for more news from Serenity Forge.

Josh Speer
Got my start in the industry at oprainfall, but been a game fanatic since I was young. Indie / niche advocate and fan of classics like Mega Man, Castlevania and Super Metroid. Enjoys many genres, including platformers, turn based / tactical RPGs, rhythm and much more. Champion of PAX West and Knight of E3.

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