EPG5-related Vici syndrome is a rare multisystem autosomal recessive disorder characterized by corpus callosum agenesis (ACC), hypopigmentation, cataracts, acquired microcephaly, failure to thrive, cardiomyopathy and profound developmental delay, and immunodeficiency. We report here the first case of prenatally diagnosed Vici syndrome with delayed gyration associated with ACC. Trio based exome sequencing allowed the identification of a compound heterozygous mutation in theEPG5gene. Our patient subsequently demonstrated severe developmental delay, hypopigmentation, progressive microcephaly, and failure to thrive which led to suspicion of the diagnosis. Her MRI demonstrated ACC with frontoparietal polymicrogyria, severe hypomyelination, and pontocerebellar atrophy. This prenatal presentation of malformations of cortical development in combination with ACC expands theEPG5-related phenotypic spectrum. Our report supports the idea thatEPG5-related Vici syndrome is both a neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorder.