Second Light demo now available on PlayStation Store


Publisher KOEI Tecmo and developer Gust Studios have released a demo for their upcoming JRPG Blue reflection: second light. The demo can be downloaded from PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop starting today, October 25. The publisher has also detailed a series of free updates that are expected to be released after the game launches.

The demo includes Blue Reflection: Second Light’s prologue as well as a demo of the story. The prologue puts players in Ao’s shoes when she first wakes up in a dream world. The story demo then continues while introducing the basics of crafting, exploration, and combat. Those who complete the prologue will receive the “Bunny – Head Accessory” and the “Preparing for the Unknown” Fragment as a bonus to use in the full game when it releases on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on November 9th.

Blue Reflection: Second Light’s Post-launch content begins two weeks after the game’s release. On November 23, an update will add new filters in photo mode such as watercolors and hatches. Players will also be able to take photos while in their Reflector combat form. The following month, December 21, more photo frames and idol poses will be added to photo mode. A photo studio can also be built as part of school development. In 2022, the first update of the year will arrive on January 14 and add more features to photo mode. These include a Pixel Art filter and more poses.

Outside of photo mode, the December update also adds a hardcore difficulty mode called MUST DIE. In this mode, the battles are “extremely difficult” because the enemies are more powerful, but the positive side is that the enemies are more likely to drop items. Finally, there will be a collaboration with the next game Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream. Those who have the “Summer Bikini” pre-order bonus for Blue reflection: second light as well as the “Comfy and Casual” pre-order bonus for Sophie Workshop 2 will be able to use the costumes in both games.

Blue reflection: second light releases November 9.

[Source: KOEI Tecmo]

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