Last Epoch


Last Epoch is an ARPG with a top-down view set in Eterra, a world where gods and cursed kingdoms face devastation unless we prevent the advance of the Void


Action RPG with a top-down view

March 11, 2024
10 / 10

Last Epoch for PC is an action RPG set in Eterra, a world plunged into chaos by the Void. In this adventure, it will fall on our shoulders to undertake a journey through time to stop the devastation and bring hope and peace to the world.

Get ready for a deep and rewarding gaming experience

When you download Last Epoch, you will explore a vast world of warring gods, ancient empires, and ancestral secrets. In addition, we will be able to choose from 5 base classes:

  • Sentinel: Honorable warrior who fights injustice and the end of the world.
  • Rogue: Skilled with bows and daggers, cunning and agile.
  • Magician: A master of the arcane power; seeks redemption and tries to forge a better future.
  • Primalist: A warrior from distant lands who connects with Etherra and nature.
  • Acolyte: A rebel apprentice interested in forbidden magic and occult knowledge.

Each class has three unique specializations, which emphasize your freedom to create heroes with specific skills.

Last Epoch is easy to understand without the need for endless tutorials.

Last Epoch features over 120 skill trees, allowing each player to customize their play style. It also features an online cooperative mode for up to 4 players that adds a social and strategic dimension to the game.

In other words, Last Epoch presents itself as a middle ground for those who grew up loving RPGs with top-down views and challenging dungeons and as a great starting point for those just exploring the genre.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Windows 10
  • Offers in-app purchases.
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