Granblue Fantasy: Versus Yuel

Granblue Fantasy: Versus Yuel

XSEED Games has announced the latest character to grace the amazing lineup in Granblue Fantasy: Versus. It’s none other than the sparking Erune herself, Yuel. Her dancing twin blades will have foes begging for mercy in a second as she pummels them with amazing combos. She comes with the usual theme music and some new missions for RPG Mode. Players can unlock several new weapon skins for her by completing these missions. You can purchase her on PlayStation 4 or Steam standalone for $6.99 or as part of the Granblue Fantasy: Versus Season 2 Character Pass for $34.99.

An energetic Erune girl, Yuel’s devastating twin-blade dances will dazzle and confound enemies during battle. She was chosen by her clan to recover an ancestral treasure, accompanied by her lifelong friend Societte to share in this fateful burden. Despite this weight on her shoulders, her spunky attitude and positive outlook gained her a reputation as the life of the party since joining Gran and the crew. Make no mistake though, on the battlefield her graceful swordsmanship and mastery of foxflame make her an unpredictable and deadly foe.

Here is some more information about the upcoming Battle Pass feature being added later this month:

a brand new Battle Pass feature will be introduced in version 2.22, scheduled for release later in December. The Battle Pass allows players to clear limited-time challenges to increase their level and receive rewards for their progress. All players will receive free in-game items as they level up including rupies, RPG Mode weapons, in-game trophies and more, and there will be a Premium Rewards track available for purchase granting additional cosmetic rewards. More information will be available when the update is live.

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