Square Enix are bringing Project Octopath Traveler exclusively to the Nintendo Switch.

A demo is available right now on the Nintendo E-Store and the game is slated for release in 2018. The game will be a brand new 2D RPG IP.

Here is what Nintendo have to say so far on this game with a working title:

The producers of the Bravely series at Square Enix have brought a new world to life through a mix of CG, pixel art, and “HD-2D” visuals. Embark on a vast new role-playing adventure as one of eight travelers, all with their own origins, paths, and goals. Where to begin? Who to team up with? Where to go next? Only you can decide.

Each traveler can use a distinct Path Action, a specialized way of achieving objectives and interacting with people you encounter. The warrior can “challenge” people to a duel, whereas the dancer can “allure” others to follow her, even into battle! Enjoy the freedom to choose your own path while experiencing the story through the role you play. Combat revolves around the Boost system, a fusion of traditional turn-based battling and modern enhancements. Each turn, build up BP that can be spent to dramatically increase your strength or provide aid. Identifying when to Boost may just be the key to victory.

A new RPG adventure from the minds at Square Enix who brought you the Bravely series
Choose from eight distinct characters, each with their own path, and see where the story takes you
Music and visuals inspired by RPGs of yore, brought to life with modern touches
Deep, strategic turn-based combat with an innovative battle system
Enjoy the free demo in Nintendo eShop and help make this an RPG for the ages by sharing your feedback with Square Enix

Choose the path of the dancer, Primrose, or of the warrior, Olberic, and set off on an adventure all your own in this free demo from Square Enix. After you’re done playing, take a survey to let the development team know your thoughts. The roles you play, the places you go, and the people you join are up to you.

Square Enix are busy and have also announced Lost Sphear on the Nintendo Switch.