Blue Reflection: Second Light screenshots detail Uta Komagawa, Kirara Kuno, and gameplay components

Koei Tecmo and Gust have revealed a new trailer and new screenshots for Blue Reflection: Second Light, detailing two new characters as well as an overview of the gameplay systems.

The trailer and details can be found below, via Koei Tecmo, with new screenshots/art in the gallery.

Blue Reflection: Second Light is set to release in Japan on October 21 for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The English localization is set to release a few weeks later on November 9 for the same platforms along with a PC release via Steam.

For more information and screenshots on Blue Reflection: Second Light, you can check out:

New Characters

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Uta Komagawa and Kirara Kuno

As the secrets behind Blue Reflection: Second Light unfold, a couple of new students are transported to the mysterious floating academy, searching for clues to find their way back home, with only their names as memories. The tormented Uta Komagawa is the first new character to be announced. Originally introduced in the anime Blue Reflection Ray, Uta is known to be quiet and insecure, but upon entering the academy, there’s an immediate sense that the other students are wary of her for unknown reasons. Joining Uta at the academy is the prophetic Kirara Kuno. While Sarara has indeed lost her memories, she seems to possess an otherworldly ability to predict the future. Will Sarara’s words about the future help reveal the truth behind her past?

Game Overview

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The two new students join a cast of characters who look to deepen their bonds while exploring this beautiful yet bizarre new world. While at the academy, the characters can craft tools, cook, go on dates, and develop the school by building new facilities. Once outside the floating academy, the students enter Heartscape, a dangerous place where they search for clues about their past, look for items to craft, and battle monsters as they attempt to discover fragments of lost memories.

Blue Reflection: Second Light

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