Enotria: The Last Song delayed to September 19, restores Xbox Series version; PS5 and PC demo launches on May 22

Jyamma Games has delayed the Italian action RPG Soulslike Enotria: The last song from its previously planned August 21 release date to September 19, and also announced that the previously canceled Xbox Series version is now planned once again. The game will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC through Steam and epic games store when it is released. An eight-hour demo will be released for PlayStation 5 and PC on May 22.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Jyamma Games:

Enotria: The Last Song is a SoulsLike action RPG set in a fantasy world based on Italian folklore and culture.

It aims to take the genre in a new direction, with a vibrant, sunlit world based on the Italian summer where the gameplay allows you to systemically alter the world and enemies.

It is defined as Souls-Like, but unlike other Souls-like, we are representing a world based on the colors of the Italian summer, as we call it, “Summer-Soul”.

The goal is to bring to the fore the rich Italian past and culture in a new way that will appeal to the general public.

What we need to convey from the art direction are the colors, the vibrancy and the general feeling of visiting Italy.

Enotria: The last song wants to capture the heart and soul of the Soulslikes fanbase, with rewarding exploration, diverse player builds, varied enemy designs, while also giving it a unique feel.

With Ardore, the player always has access to different strategies, allowing them to influence the behavior of enemies, dynamically alter the world around them, solve puzzles, and take advantage of the elements of Enotria themselves.

Watch a new 15-minute overview of the game below, via IGN.

15 Minute Game Overview

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