Blue Reflection Getting DLC With Plenty of Bikinis; Patch 1.05 Lets You Ogle Your Waifus

Gust continues to trickle down new DLCs and updates for its schoolgirl JRPG Blue Reflection.

on July 2, 2017 5:21 PM

Today Gust showcased the new batch of DLC coming for its JRPG Blue Reflection: Maboroshi Ni Mau Shojo no Ken.

On July 7th, Japanese gamers will be able to purchase the “Vacation Style” DLC, which is a set of 15 bikinis for the main characters of the game. Gust is owned by Koei Tecmo, so you probably won’t be surprised to know that the whole package costs 2,700 yen, translating to $24. Those who don’t want to spend that much, can get one of five sets with three bikinis each, costing 648 yen.

Another DLC will include a special event that will lead our schoolgirls to a southern island. It’ll cost 1080 yen.

Free content is also incoming in the form of patch 1.05, which will also come on July 7th. The patch will add a “model viewer” to the game’s changing room, allowing players to observe their favorite waifus from all angle. I already know what angle is going to be the most popular, of course.

In the gallery below, you can check out all the bikinis, the new events, and the model viewer feature.

This is the third DLC batch released for the game in Japan, and you can check out the first and the second.

We recently learned that Blue Reflection will be coming westwards, and more precisely in North America on September 26th and in Europe on September 29th. It’ll still be released on PS4, but it’ll swap the original PS Vita release with a more western-friendly PC launch. At the moment we don’t know how the game’s DLC will be distributed for the western version.

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