XSEED Releases New Ragnarok Odyssey Ace Trailer, Day One DLC Info

Friday, March 14th, 2014

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Ragnarok Odyssey Ace - Logo | oprainfall

Based on the same world as the MMO Ragnarok Online, Ragnarok Odyssey Ace is an action RPG and an update from the original Ragnarok Odyssey. Developed by Game Arts and published by XSEED, the new game is slated to be released on April 1st for the PS3 and Vita.

Today, XSEED has announced various day one DLC, including a free Grandia set, which contains costumes of the characters Justin and Feena from the Grandia series as well as some music from the game. Also for free are the Ragnarok Odyssey Collection and Ragnarok Online BGM Arrange Collection. XSEED has also released a new trailer for the Sword Warrior class, showing a Warrior take down a boss, along with a few of its minions.

From the official Ragnarok Odyssey Ace Facebook page are the details of the rest of the day one DLC:

Free to owners of the original “Ragnarok Odyssey” and $0.99 for others:
– Archer’s Apple
– Bunny Hair Band
– Floppy Cat
– Gunslinger
– Majestic Horns
– Ninja
– Taekwon Kid

Free for two months, then priced at $0.99:
– Royal Ball Outfit

Free for two months, then priced at $2.99:
– Gorgeous Headwear Set

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace - Royal Ball Outfit | oprainfall

Players that owned the original Ragnarok Odyssey will be able to transfer their character’s appearance and job class, as well as any DLC they had, from the previous game.

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