First Muramasa Rebirth DLC Available in North America

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Muramasa Rebirth: Fishy Tales of the Nekomata | oprainfall

Muramasa Rebirth‘s first DLC release is now available for players in North America. European fans won’t have much longer to wait, as it’s scheduled to release there January 22nd. Titled Genroku Legends- Fishy Tales of the Nekomata, the DLC includes its own story and characters, making it more of a unique experience rather than a direct enhancement of the main game. It even includes two separate endings of its own, along with a new battle system and the ability to fight any boss from Muramasa Rebirth.

Here’s a synopsis of the plot from the DLC’s official press release:

“Okoi and her brother are tasked with delivering her family’s prized tea set to the shogun. While on their journey, Okoi’s family’s chief retainer hatches a plan to steal the tea set, killing Okoi’s brother along the way. Swearing to avenge her brother’s death and maintain her family’s honor, she becomes a cat-demon. Suddenly, Okoi’s simple delivery service just got more complicated.”

Fishy Tales of the Nekomata is the first of four Genroku Legends that are planned for Muramasa Rebirth. Each one will include its own cast and story within the larger Muramasa Rebirth universe.

Click here to read the full press release.

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