The demo can be found on the PlayStation Store, on the Nintendo eShop, and on Steam respectively for PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. The demo introduces players to protagonist Kanata and his friends, and shows off the game's Artefacts system, character unique Paradigm Drive attacks, and some nifty looking mechs.
Lost Sphear tells the story of Kanata, a self-taught swordsman who wakes one day to find that his hometown is disappearing. Chosen by destiny, Kanata must arise to face a phenomenon never seen before and awaken the power of Memory to restore what was lost in order to save the world.
Lost Sphear is the second title from Square's Tokyo RPG Factory, and, like I am Setsuna before it, is a heavily nostalgic take on the classic J-RPGs of the 90s.
Lost Sphear will be available on the PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Steam on January 23, 2018.