Both Atelier Ryza and its sequel now have an extra free DLC costume for protagonist Ryza. The former gets “White Lily of Summer“, while Ryza 2 has “High Summer Formal” — they’re essentially the same dress in white and black variants.
By surpassing 1 million units, the Atelier Ryza sub-series has become the most successful part of the Atelier series as a whole. There are number of reasons why this ended up happening: various quality-of-life improvements over previous entries, a solid Switch version for portable gamers, or even the main character’s design bringing in new fans.
Whatever the reason, it wouldn’t be surprising to see a third Ryza game within the next year or two — around late 2021/early 2022, if it follows the same release schedule as previous entries.
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