This brings a decent amount of features back into the game, including the ability to create and upload custom maps, and participate in weekly challenges for new rewards.
It’s good to see that PC players can now have a truly complete version of the game, even if they had to wait nearly half a year. After all, Disgaea 5 “Complete” is still missing these features on Steam even now.
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