Ocean Drive Studio announces two new games at PAX West

Los Angeles, September 1st 2023 – Ocean Drive Studio is announcing today working on two new video games! The first one is a turn-based strategy RPG in the Lost Eidolons universe, called Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch. And the second title is a brand new experiment for the studio, a physics-based crafting game with light puzzle and platform elements named Dropkick Navvy. And for a cherry on the cake, PAX West visitors will get a sneak peek at both titles this very weekend!

About Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch

A standalone spin-off, Veil of the Witch builds on its predecessor's gritty turn-based combat, but brings a faster pace, greater depth, and an exciting session-based roguelite structure that promises hours of replayability.. Lost Eidolons: Veil of the Witch is expected to release on Steam Early Access in the first half of 2024 and targets a sim release on PC and consoles (PS5, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch down the line).

Watch the announcement trailer: https://youtu.be/E5SSm9TYHZ0

Keep yourself up to date with the developer’s blog:

About Dropkick Navvy

Dropkick Navvy is the latest experiment of Ocean Drive Studio, adventuring in the realm of physics-based crafting games with light puzzle and platform elements. This cute, charming and humorous project is the This cute, charming project is a labor of love by a small team of two passionate developers. The game demo, titled “Dropkick Navvy: First Step”, is set to be available to all Steam users next month, so keep an eye on the store page!

Keep yourself up to date with the developer’s blog:

About Ocean Drive Studio

Ocean Drive Studio was founded in 2019 with an intention to create fun gaming experiences through an open development process, allowing for communities of players to share feedback and positively impact a game’s final form. Ocean Drive Studio's CEO Jae Kim is leading a team of 60 with offices in Seoul, Korea & Los Angeles California and was backed by Kakao Games and LB Investments.

Article by: Susan N.