Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection Is Discounted Ahead Of Tomorrow's Launch

The collection comes with preorder bonuses and additional coupons.


The Etrian Odyssey series returns on PC and Nintendo Switch on June 1. The first three games in the dungeon crawler franchise are receiving HD remakes. All three games are being sold separately, but you'll get far more bang for your buck by purchasing the Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection, which comes with all three. If you're interested in revisiting the world of Etrian Odyssey (or jumping in for the first time), you can save on Steam keys at Fanatical. The full Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection is available for just $72.15 (normally $80), or you can grab standalone copies of Etrian Odyssey HD, Etrian Odyssey 2 HD, and Etrian Odyssey 3 HD for just $35.19 each (normally $40 apiece).

All preorders include DLC packs of additional character portraits of various Shin Megami Tensei and Persona characters you can use in-game as a bonus, plus a 5% off coupon to use on future Fanatical purchases.

Etrian Odyssey is a series of dungeon RPGs on the Nintendo DS and 3DS where players explore daunting labyrinths in first person with a party of customizable characters. The games are inspired by classic dungeon crawlers like Wizardry and Might & Magic, featuring tough turn-based combat and deep party management reminiscent of those old-school titles, but with modernized presentation and gameplay. The series’ trademark gameplay hook is the map drawing system, where players hand-draw the in-game maps for each dungeon floor using the DS and 3DS touch screens.

The Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection brings the first three games, originally released on the DS, to PC and the Nintendo Switch with enhanced HD graphics, remastered soundtracks by series composer Yuzo Koshiro, new difficulty settings, and retooled mapping controls with a single-screen gameplay presentation. You can preorder the Nintendo Switch version on the eShop.

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