Dungeon Travelers 2-2 Gets First Details & Screenshots

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

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The first details have been released about Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Maiden Who Fell Into Darkness and the Book of Beginnings, the long awaited dungeon RPG from Aquaplus.

In this week’s Weekly Famitsu, we learn that the game is set on an alternate timeline from Dungeon Travelers 2, where you lost against the Demon God and fell into darkness. The heroines personalities have been switched, their appearances have become darker and more monster-like, and Fried appears more child-like.

The battle system has been revamped so it’s easier to use, as well as the addition of a backlog and there are some areas where magical effects will also be stronger.

Additionally, some characters have been detailed from the magazine (with translations provided by Gematsu):

Fried Einhard (voiced by Taishi Murata) – Defeated by the the Demon God, he lost all of his memories of the past. In his darkness befallen state, he appears boy-like, and has red eyes and unkempt hair.
Souffle Twinny (voiced by Ayane Sakura) – A treasure hunter who loves Therians. She took on the Demon God with Fried and company, lost the battle, and went missing. In her darkness befallen state, she wears a black robe and has a crow on her shoulder.
Yuni Korgtech (voiced by Hisako Kanemoto) – A pure and innocent troubadour. After losing the battle against the Demon God, she grew wings and went missing. In her darkness befallen state, she is much more exposed and has large wings.
Grisherina Efleanor (voiced by Yu Shimamura) – A polite and strong veteran explorer. She was Irena’s friendly rival, and disappeared somewhere after losing the battle against the Demon God. Her appearance in Dungeon Travelers 2-2 is unknown.
Yae Houzouji (voiced by Yura Hasegawa) – A woman of a distinguished family from the Lachann Empire that values the martial arts. She disappeared after being defeated by the Demon God. In Dungeon Travelers 2-2, her eyes are shining red and she has a sharp tail. Her weapon is a Gatling gun.

Additionally, Amazon Japan listings (1,2) have revealed the first screenshots for the game.

You can check out the screenshot gallery below.

Finally, it has been revealed that Dungeon Travelers 2-2 will be launching in both standard and limited editions. While the digital download version will release for 4,761 yen via the PlayStation Store and the physical standard edition will retail for 5,800, the limited edition will release for 8,800 yen. The limited edition contains a creation materials artbook, an arrange soundtrack CD, a drama CD and two clear charms.

Dungeon Travelers 2-2 will be releasing in Japan in Spring 2017 exclusively on the PS Vita. No word on a Western release.

SOURCE 1, 2

About Joseph Puntschart

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  • Mr0303

    Looks great so far. I was a bit worried that there was extra story in the endgame, which was pretty brutal. I can deal with this alternate universe – the idea is good enough.

    I am a bit worried about the Western localisation – I don’t trust NISA with this title, so hopefully somebody else can pick it up.

    • j0eeyy_p

      It may still have to be censored for it to get a Western release, regardless of who picks it up. The only difference is the extent of edits, and this depends on the publisher.