Atlus also reveals a new trailer along with DLC details.

After teasing us with the news of a Western Release back in March for Lost Dimension, Atlus have now revealed when Vita owners in North America can get their hands on the science-fiction tactical RPG.

Lost Dimension will release in North America on July 28th 2015, with a European release date expected to be later this Summer. It was also announced that all DLC that was released in Japan for Lost Dimension will be available for free in the west, but only for the first two weeks after release.

The DLC includes nine customer costumes, 12 PSN Avatars, a map set with additional story as well as three additional quests. A detailed breakdown of the DLC can be found below:


Nine costumes are planned, including:

  • A suit for Toya
  • A superheroine outfit for Mana
  • A cat outfit for Marco
  • More…


The PlayStation Network avatars represent the 11 heroes and heroines of the game, as well as the game’s villain, The End.

Additional Quests

The three additional quests add an extra mission to each floor. They don’t provide much in the way of EXP or EN (Energy, which is used as money in-game), but if you successfully complete each with an S-Rank rating, you’ll be rewarded with a specialized item or individual character bonuses.

The following quests are planned:

  • The Emissary from the Netherworld: Moderately difficult
  • The Price of Blood: More difficult
  • Runaway Cause and Effect: Most difficult

Map Pack

The add-on map pack, “The Beginning of The End,” is a separate story that takes places in an entirely different location. It features a total of five missions, explores the creation of the game’s central pillar, and goes into the history of its 11 heroes and heroines.

As well as that exciting news, we were also treated to a brand new trailer, which focuses on the characters Sho, Yoko and Toya. Check that out below:

As we head nearer to the North American release date, you can be sure that TVL will be your prime source of information on everything Lost Dimension.

  • Lester Paredes

    Time to pre-order. Hope it’s good!

  • Zero Eternity

    Best release date possible for me and its English Dubbed. Honestly surprised by that.

  • Nonscpo

    Dammit the Vita’s got way too many games, way too many games I tell ya! I just can’t buy them all day one anymore 🙁

  • Cousin Jeffrey