Sony has announced that it will publish Ultizero Games’ upcoming action RPG Lost Soul Aside worldwide. A release date has yet to be announced, but the game will launch for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. A new trailer was also released. Lost Soul Aside is “an action RPG that tells the story of Kazer, following his accidental merger with the symbiont Arena.”
Producer Yang Bing commented on the announcement in a press release, saying:
“With the strong support of Sony Interactive Entertainment ‘China Hero Project,’ as well as development funding and the opportunity to bring Lost Soul Aside to a global audience, the development progress of Lost Soul Aside is steadily progressing and we are looking forward to providing more updates and details soon”
SIE head of software business for China Sean Kelly:
“We are delighted to be partnering with Yang Bing and Ultizero to bring his incredible vision to life, and to share Lost Soul Aside with gamers all over the world.”
Additional details via Sony can be seen below:
The first trailer was released in 2016 and has attracted the attention of global players and the game industry. Initially developed by independent producer Yang Bing alone, the game was invited by Sony Interactive Entertainment to join the “China Hero Project” in October of the same year. With the full support of Sony Interactive Entertainment and its game industry partners, Yang Bing established Ultizero Games in January 2017 and now has a mature development team of over 40 people.
Set in a fantasy world where science-fiction, swords, and superpowers coexist, Lost Soul Aside is an action RPG that tells the story of Kazer, following his accidental merger with the symbiont Arena. With combat at its heart, Lost Soul Aside has a rich and rewarding combat system that gives player the flexibility to adapt their playstyle, and weapon choice to suit their playstyle to the battle at hand.
Since its first reveal, Lost Soul Aside has been very well received, including collecting the Most Anticipated Game award and Dev Grant from Epic Games, as well as strong local praise in China, reinforcing its position as one of the most anticipated titles to come from a China based developer.