The demo is similar to the one we were able to play earlier this year with some changes here and there — this includes the introduction of skits, which weren’t available in the test build.
You’ll have access to all six playable characters, with a few areas to explore and fight through. By trying out the demo, the item “Vacation Hootle Doll” is unlocked for the full game.
For anyone playing the demo on next-gen hardware, we’d recommend using performance mode. There’ll be a noticeable hit to resolution, but it’s worth it for a smoother framerate during battle.
Tales of Arise launches September 10, 2021 on the aforementioned consoles, along with PC via Steam — no plans for a PC demo have been announced at this time.
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