Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny Japanese DLC schedule revealed

Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny has just been released in Japan. To mark the occasion, Nippon Ichi has also published the full details on the upcoming post-release DLC characters, after we previously only learned about Disgaea 2's Adell and Rozalin.

A total of 12 DLC characters will be added from February to March 2021. Although each character will be priced at 550 yen, Asagi receives a distinction for being the only bonus character available for free. The overall DLC list is already filled on the Japanese launch day with sets of bonus currencies and reward-boosting items, available both free and paid.

Nippon Ichi is also selling a Season Pass that contains every DLC listed in the store—characters and items alike. The pass is available at 6,050 yen but only for a limited time in less than a month until February 24, 2021.

Those who purchased the Season Pass or all DLC characters can receive bonus alternate colors for Asagi, Pleinair, and Usalia. Note that the pass has the same price as purchasing all 11 DLC characters separately, but with the bonus items also included.

The full DLC schedule for the Japanese release of Disgaea 6 is available right below:

January 28 (consumable items)

  • HL Bag - 110 yen, grants 1 million HL money in-game
  • Mana Bag - 110 yen, grants 50,000 mana in-game
  • Boost Ticket 100% - 110 yen
  • Boost Ticket 400% - 330 yen
  • Boost Ticket 900% - 550 yen
  • Prologue Help Set - Free, contains 10,000 HL, 500 mana, a Boost Ticket 100%, and a few more items

February 25

  • Adell from Disgaea 2
  • Rozalin from Disgaea 2
  • Female Laharl from Disgaea D2
  • Asagi from Makai Wars

March 25

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  • Mao from Disgaea 3
  • Raspberyl from Disgaea 3
  • Valvatorez from Disgaea 4
  • Pleinair from Disgaea series

April 29

  • Fuka from Disgaea 4
  • Desco from Disgaea 4
  • Killia from Disgaea 5
  • Usalia from Disgaea 5
Disgaea 6 DLC characters

Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny just released in Japan for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on January 28. A demo of the game is also available in the Japanese PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop. The English localization will be released in Summer 2021 only for the Switch.

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