Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Gets Gust Swimsuit DLC; Gust Announces Plenty of Crossover Costumes

on June 7, 2017 1:36 AM

During a presentation held today in Japan, Atelier developer Gust announced a large bunch of crossover costumes between its own games and more.

First of all, we get the Gust Swimsuit DLC for Dead or Alive 5: Last Round, including swimsuits inspired by the developer’s games. In the images at the bottom of the post we can see Marie-Rose’s costume inspired by Ilmeria Von Leinweber from Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey, and Honoka’s swimsuits designed after Liliana from Nights of Azure 2.

The package will be released very soon, on June 13th. It will include 17 costumes (which means that they’ll be just for the girls as usual)

Secondly, we get a special batch of crossover costumes that will bind the brand’s latest games, Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey, was just announced for western release yesterday Blue Reflection (that conveniently ), and Nights of Azure 2. You can see a few examples in the gallery.

Last, but not least, Phantasy Star Online 2 will get Atelier-inspired costumes and accessories, precisely from Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky and Atelier Sophie: Alchemist of the Mysterious Book. 

The goodies will let Phantasy Star Online 2 players dress like Escha, Logy, Plachta and Sophie.

During the same presentation, Gust also announced a new mainline Atelier game from the “Mysterious” series, titled Atelier Riddy and Sour: Alchemists of the Mysterious Painting, and the mobile game Atelier Online: Alchemists of Bresier.

 /  Executive News Editor
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