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New details, screenshots, and trailer for Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy

NIS America has provided a few more details and new media for Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy,the latest Dungeon-RPG from Experience, developers of Demon Gaze.

The game sports a stylish futuristic setting of Tokyo (hence, the name). One of the systems in Operation Abyss is called "Rise and Drop", in which enemies get increasingly more difficult the longer the player stays in the dungeon, but also with increasingly more valuable drops.

Also discussed are Blood Codes, which allow the player to customize characters with certain attributes based on historical figures.

Early adopters within the first month of release will also obtain some bonus DLC for free, including three bonus Power Recorders for saving in dungeons, as well as "Hachi’s Workout Pack" which ups the challenge by increasing the strength of enemy demons.  

Additionally, new in-game portraits will also be available for download, Dark Hero and Swim Team Xth. The former will be free for the first month (be sure to check the details below)

The DLC available will include:

Dark Hero Portraits
Content: 6 additional characters and each with 3 different color variations.
Price: Free until July 9 (July 5 EU), $0.99/€0.99 thereafter 
Swim Team Xth Squad Portraits
Content: 6 additional female characters in swim suits and each with 3 different color variations.
Price: $0.99/€0.99 from June 9 (June 5 EU)

 Bonus Content
Content: 2 type of items that will help the players to start off the game.
-Power Recorders (x3) - Let's player save anywhere inside the Abyss.
-Hachi's Workout Pack - Raises all enemy levels by 5.
Price: Free until July 9 (July 5 EU), $0.99/€0.99 thereafter 

Check out the English trailer and screenshots below. Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy releases on June 9th in North America and June 5th in Europe.

For more information about the game, as well as a bunch of artworks, check out our earlier post here.

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy screenshots and artwork

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