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The first game of the Utawarerumono trilogy, Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen, is coming soon to Steam.

Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen originally released on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan during the April of 2018. However, the game didn’t end up making its way to the West until May of 2020. On the Twitter account of Shiravune, one of the game's publishers, it was announced on January 6th that Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen will be released on January 22nd on Steam. While the sequels are already available on PC, the first game will reunite with them on Steam.

Waking up in a bed, you find yourself severely injured and amnesic. A girl with furry ears and a tail is by your side, nursing you back to health. Soon after you recover, you become the leader of the villagers, defending them from nobles who threaten their lives. Since the villagers have saved your life and given you a name, you owe them this much at least. You may have forgotten your past, but the past might be coming for you. Who are you and what did you forget? Defend your family and fight alongside your allies as you unravel the mysteries of the world and the secrets behind your lost past.


- 30+ hours of story and gameplay

- Thoughtful, slick, and active tactics-RPG combat

- Dynamic Chain Attacks and flashy Co-op Chains

- All-new Auto-Save functionality

- Customizable keyboard and mouse controls

- An unforgettable, evocative soundtrack

- A touching narrative with a moving ending

Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen will be released on Steam on January 22nd.

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