Eternity: The Last Unicorn, a cross-section of Norse mythology by Void Studios, has an official release date of March 5.

Eternity has so far flown under the radar. Gameplay-wise, the title is an action-RPG, arguing that its antiquated and classic-focused design is meant to carry a sense of nostalgia.

In terms of art direction, the concept certainly scratches that early 2000s RPG itch.

The game features a fixed camera system, borrowing heavily from old-school RPG titles. Coupled with this are traditional skill, weapon, and progression systems, as well as stripped-back combat.

The title is, however, a distinctly budget affair, with its visuals and overall game design looking a little dated in the trailer. Hopefully, its Norse focus, nostalgia, and core systems are enough to make up for its overall aesthetic.

Check out the trailer, embedded below:

Eternity is set to release March 5 on PC and PlayStation 4, with a later release date on Xbox One. For more from the world of single-player, be sure to follow OnlySP on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube.

Ben Newman

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