Tales of Berseria PS4 Demo Release Date & DLC Trailer

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Tales-of-Berseria_DLC_costumeBandai Namco announced recently that they will be releasing the demo for the PlayStation 4 version of Tales of Berseria on the PlayStation Network on August 4. The demo will cover a bit of the story, exploration and a small taste of the chat system with the “Scenario Mode”. While also letting you battle to your hearts content with “Battle Mode” where narration being a non issue to get in the way.

Bandai Namco also released a second new trailer showcasing the catalog of DLC for Tales of Berseria, which you can watch below. All the costume DLC will release on August 25 in Japan, each costume will cost around 300 yen, with the exception of the school costumes costing around 400 Yen.You can watch the trailer below.

Tales of Berseria is slated for release on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Japan on August 18 and in early 2017 for the PS4 and PC for North America and Europe.

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