Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Demo Available Now. DLC Schedule Announced

2 February 2018
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A demo for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is now available for 3DS via the Nintendo eShop, Atlus announced.

Watch the Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Launch Edition Unboxing:

The demo will allow players to get familiar with the game’s story and mechanics. Save data from the demo can be transferred to the full game when it launches.

A free 3DS theme is also available on the Nintendo eShop in the Americas.

Atlus also announced the lineup of downloadable content for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, which includes character art, consumable items, and more starting on launch day. Here is the schedule:

February 13

Growth Ring ($1.99): Consumable item. Gain additional EXP.

Mole Armlet ($1.99): Consumable item. Gain additional money.

New Difficulty: DEADLY (Free): Unlock “Near Death” difficulty.

Chibi Art Pack ($2.49): Switch main character art to Chibi art.

Classic Art Pack ($2.49): Switch main character art to original version’s.

Bathing in Mana ($3.99): Fan service event. Each character will show up ready for a swim. Plus an additional boss battle.

February 20

Rage of the Fallen ($2.49): Rescue Aht and Marco in New Granorg in different timeline.

Under the Moonlight ($2.49): Investigate information leak with Eruca and Rainey in New Granorg in different timeline.

February 27

Settling the Score ($2.49): Investigate the distortion in time with Rosch and Gafka in different timeline. Fight against seven bosses in sequence.

Meeting in the Chasm ($2.49): Explore the hidden past of Nemesia.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is available now for 3DS in Japan, and will launch on February 13 in the Americas and February 16 in Europe.


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