Nights of Azure 2 for PS4, PC and Switch Gets Tons of Screenshots: Malvasia, Battle and More

Koei Tecmo releases a large batch of screenshots of Nights of Azure 2 for PS4, PC and Switch.

on July 19, 2017 12:54 AM

Koei Tecmo just released a large batch of screenshots of its upcoming JRPG Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon.

The screenshots feature the second form of the demon Malvasia, and an extensive look at battle styles. The first focuses on giving Alushe weapons and items dedicated to raising her attack power so that she can fight at the front dealing as much damage as possible. The second style is based on powering up the lilies by increasing their levels and improving their equipment to deliver decisive Lily Burst attacks. The third focuses on using items and abilities that increase attack power when HP is low. This allows to deliver damage higher than the usual limits, but due to it being a “glass cannon” style with very low hit points, you need to be very careful of enemy attacks.

We also get to see the introduction of a few levels, the ruined capital of Yurarum, the Saint’s Forest, the Hidden Mine, the Esperia Imperial Academy, The Frozen Moon Palace and Hotel Eterna.

Following, the screenshots showcase a look at some of the familiars that Alushe will be able to control, which also can transform into weapons.

Last, but not least, we get a look at the Japanese Collector’s Edition and at some of the retailer-specific bonuses.

You can check them all out below, and if you want to see more, you can enjoy a new trailer from yesterday, the first live gameplay and a look at the bonuses mentioned above, and  recent trailer comparing it with the first Nights of Azure.

Koei Tecmo recently announced the release dates for the west, on October 24th in a North America and October 27th in Europe. The game will come for PS4, PC and Switch, losing the PS Vita version that will be released only in Japan alongside with PS4 and Switch on August 31st.

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