Granblue Fantasy: Relink Getting PlayStation Demo, Post-Launch Characters

Cygames revealed new details for the upcoming action RPG Granblue Fantasy: Relink during its Granblue Fantasy Fes 2023 event in Tokyo. Ahead of its planned worldwide release for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 on February 1, 2024, the game will get a free demo in January 2024. The demo will feature a tutorial, a slice of the main story, and a set of online multiplayer quests. It will include eleven playable characters, with players able to obtain rewards for the full game.

In addition, the company announced three more characters appearing in the game, with two of them to be added in a post-launch update set for April 2024. Cagliostro will be part of the nineteen-character roster at launch; she is a mage and founded alchemy within the Sky Realm, using her knowledge to obtain virtual immortality through the use to new body vessels. Seofon and Tweyen will be added in the post launch update. Seafon leads the Eternals, a group of ten weapon masters, and can summon spirit versions of swords he has collected from fallen foes. Tweyen is a bow-wielding member of the Eternals who can fly and whose magic arrows are guarantee to hit their mark.



Cygames also released two new trailers for Granblue Fantasy: Relink. A minute-long boss battle trailer is joined by the game’s theme song trailer, which features its theme song “Good Night, Good Morning”, performed by Nao Toyama.

Granblue Fantasy: Relink is an action RPG based on Cygames’ Granblue Fantasy smartphone title. The game takes place in the Sky Realm, a world of a myriad floating islands. It follows the male or female main protagonist after they come to the rescue of Lyria, a mysterious young girl who has escaped from the Erste Empire, and end up with Lyria’s life force linked to theirs as they search for a fabled island beyond the skies called Estalucia. Those looking to read more about Granblue Fantasy: Relink can check out Ryan Costa’s impression from this year’s PAX West.


Source: Gematsu




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