Idea Factory International Announces Arc of Alchemist

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

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During Idea Factory International’s annual press even it was announced that Arc of Alchemist would heading to the PlayStation 4 in the summer of 2019. You will enter the desert in search of great power to save humanity.  Quinn Bravesford, for the sake of her kingdom, lead her group of soldiers against other nations. Quinn gazes at the ancient alchemic device, the Lunagear. According to the legends, once the Lunagear is equipped with the four Orbs, it will unlock the Great Power.

 

Key Features
Four Orbs to Rule Them All – Unleash the power of the Lunagear and control the Orb elements: Fire,
Water, Wind, and Earth. Take advantage of your enemies’ elemental weaknesses and even combine any
of the four elements for stronger attacks!

Hack n’ Slasher Flicks – With a myriad of weapons, actions, skills and elemental attacks to customize,
players can find different strategies to defeat their robotic nemesis!

Now Let’s Get In Formation – Fight alongside Quinn and your two party members as they explore the
endless desert, filled with ancient, robotic foes. Each character has specific roles and arranging your
formation is key!

Ace of Bases – Build your base and choose facilities to upgrade your party’s needs! Equip your allies with a flurry of weapons and input their action commands to your strategic liking!

The game will launch both physically and digitally. The will include the Japanese audio as well as English Dubbed.

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