Feedback from the game’s demo has been used to improve the final release, tweaking certain gameplay elements and adding in quality of life features. This includes multiple difficulty levels and better camera options during battle.
Producers Yasuaki Arai and Tomoya Asano stated at the end of the demo survey results that “[the] development team was very happy to receive encouraging results about purchase intent from those who responded to the survey!”, and that they “will continue to develop the game in an effort to meet your expectations.”
Furthermore, Nintendo also revealed that a special physical edition will be launching alongside the game in Europe. It’ll include a steelbook, 6 customised dice, and a pack of themed playing cards.
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