DanMachi Battle Chronicle launches on PS4 and PS5 in 2024
Developer Aiming announced that its mobile action-RPG Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Battle Chronicle (a.k.a. DanMachi Battle Chronicle or DanChro) will receive a home console release next year. A PS4 and PS5 version of the game is in development and slated for launch sometime in 2024. The original mobile version launched globally in August 2023, and is readily available on Android and iOS, with a PC edition available via TapTap.
Players will be able to take advantage of the game's action-RPG mechanics using controller-based interfaces and large-screen support. The game will also remain free to download and access, with new characters acquired via a gacha system. Unfortunately for those already playing DanChro on other platforms, the PS4 and PS5 versions of the game will not share progress. As such, they won't be able to take their existing accounts over to the console versions.
For those already into DanChro, Aiming did promote new playable characters in the form of two UR-tier additions: Sword Princess: Ais Wallenstein and Inexperienced Mage: Lefiya Viridis. Ais can ramp up her damage output through boosts to her critical rate and strength, while Lefiya is an assist character who can pump the critical rates of adventurers in her party.
Aiming will also give away free summon currency and tickets in honor of ongoing livestream events featuring VTubers Shirogane Noel, Shirakami Fubuki, Omaru Polka, Takane Lui, Oozora Subar, Hakos Baelz and Anya Melfissa.
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Battle Chronicle is available on PC, iOS, and Android. PS4 and PS5 versions are in development and will launch in 2024.