Thanks to Gematsu‘s translations, we now know a decent amount about four of the game’s characters, with another four to be revealed in the future.
Screenshots and artwork for some of these characters had already been made available, though this is the first time Feri Al-Fayed has been shown. She’s a member of the jaeger corps Kurgha Soldiers, making use of a hybrid sword/gun weapon in battle.
A video showcasing Kuro no Kiseki’s battle system is also available on the site. Battles can be fought in both real-time and turn-based modes, with it being possible to switch between both at any time. The real-time battles look like a somewhat slower paced version of modern Ys gameplay, which is far from a bad thing.
Kuro no Kiseki is set to launch later this year in Japan, with no release platforms currently mentioned — though a PS4 version seems like a given. Naturally, there’s no info on a Western release either, as we’re still waiting on news for Hajimari no Kiseki.
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