Single Player JRPG


    • 4.7 • 11.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



An Immersive RPG Experience based on the critically acclaimed OCTOPATH TRAVELER

A new story unfolds in the world of Orsterra! Enjoy high quality graphics, engaging combat, and storytelling akin to OCTOPATH TRAVELER in this prequel optimized for mobile devices.


HD-2D: Evolved Pixel Art
2D pixel art, enhanced with 3D-CG effects, brings the wondrous world of Orsterra to life with beautifully stylized environments filled with side quests, dangerous bosses, and treasures.

Strategic and Exhilarating Combat
An evolved command style battle system utilizes up to eight party members, with swipe controls that allow for fast paced command selection.

A Massive Roster
With over 64 characters at launch, explore an endless combination of characters to build your ultimate team. Pick the right team for the right fight and reign victorious on the battlefield.

Choose Your Adventure: Reign of Tyrants
The “Chosen Ones” must rise against the great evils of Orsterra. What perils will you encounter on your journey? No matter what storyline you start with, you can experience them all!

Unique Path Actions
The possibilities are endless with different options for character interactions. “Inquire” for information, “Entreat” for items, or “Hire” them as a party member – try out every option to see what these new relationships yield.

An Epic Game Soundtrack
Yasunori Nishiki, the composer behind OCTOPATH TRAVELER, is back for this latest installment with new compositions exclusive to OCTOPATH TRAVELER: Champions of the Continent.


Embark on an adventure for what you seek.
A few years prior to the events of OCTOPATH TRAVELER,
Orsterra is ruled by tyrants hungry for “wealth, power, and fame”.
While the tyrants’ desires have unleashed a bottomless darkness upon the world…there are those who resist the darkness.
You will meet them while traveling the world as “the Chosen Ones of a divine ring”.
What will you obtain, and what will you experience through this journey?
A journey that will give rise to the champions of the continent...

[Operating Environment]
iOS 12.0 or higher

[Applicable Devices]
iPhone 6s and higher, iPad (5th generation) and higher
Memory (RAM): 2GB or higher

What’s New

Version 2.10.00

Update Details
・New Main Story added
・New Travelers added
・New Guiding Lights added
・Chance Encounters updated
・New Feats added
・New Special Tasks added
・New Shop items added
・Increased guidestone promotion begins
・Limited-time login bonus promotion begins
・The Exchange lineup updated
・New equipment added
・New souls added
・New Memoirs added
・Story Log updated
・Adversary Log updated
・New Aracanastones added
and more!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
11.3K Ratings

11.3K Ratings

dusk1k ,


I’ve never written an App Store review in 10 years of mobile game. But I just wanted to say that OCTOPATH Travelers of the Continent is a great experience. For being a mobile game it’s story and attention to some small details make it enjoyable for what it is. This is free content, I played the main story without any purchases. With that in my I had to write something because as they state when you load this game it’s a single player experience which for mobile gaming can be less lucrative in terms of monetary gain. But perhaps this iteration was just made on the side as advertisement to lead people to the main series. Whatever the case my only complaint is the lack of challenge scaling early on. For example if the first main story the player chooses gets them to around level 25. Then instead of that being the case for most of the stories have the subsequent main stories scale to maintain challenge. However early on the main attraction is supposed to be the dialogue anyways, but I could see some people who are more here for the gameplay lose interest early on if they’re just breezing through fights thinking it’s not gonna get harder. Regardless I think this is worth its price (your time) and has definitely made me want to purchase the main series soon.

Xiongstaz ,

Honest Review

This is my first Octopath game and so far… I’m really digging it. I’ve always had interest in this series and have played many SQEX games so this type of genre was easy to fit into. Each Individual Character feels unique, they’ve got they’re own VA, own skillsets and it really works out well with how much diversity the gameplay is. However!! Although I’m enjoying the game my only complaints is that there isn’t a “SKIP” or “AUTO” dialogue implemented into the game. I really do appreciate the work put into the VAs and Story but this is the first SQEX game I’ve played without these option, and the fact that this ALSO gacha game makes it so i wish i could “SKIP/AUTO” dialogue so that i could save myself some time. The only time you CAN skip is if your are viewing memoirs or if you’ve gone through the cutscene already. The game is really time consuming and adding these functions would really make my experience a whole lot better. That being said the gacha part… well its gacha, a whole lot of rng. One of the best thing about most SQEX Gacha I’ve played so far is the step-up banners. No other gacha I’ve played has that. 9/10 for me so far until skip/auto dialogue is added 🙂

Kyle Blagg ,

A single player mobile game to remember

My wife and I loved OCTOPATH on the Switch when it came out, so when I heard they were making a mobile game I was eager to see what it would be like. I have to say, I’m really enjoying their implementation so far. This is a gacha style game, but I don’t feel pressured to pay tons of money to try and get one of the god tier characters, granted I’m still in the early game, so many something may change later, but I’m perfectly happy to play with the characters I got from my free rolls.
The game definitely feels like OCTOPATH still, which for me is a huge plus.
I have two negative comments though to make: 1) The price for rubies (the premium currency in this game) is stupid high IMO. 2) While you can earn rubies by just playing the game they distinguish between free (earned rubies) and paid for rubies, which is super annoying because it mean some banners only accept paid for rubies even if you have enough free ones to roll on it.
Lastly, I don’t know this for sure, but I can’t find anything about whether or not this game has a pity system on rolls/wishes, so keep that in mind if you choose to partake in the gacha.

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