Publisher and developer CyberConnect2 has released more details about the upcoming strategy RPG Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2. The game will be released on May 11th on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series X|S, and PC.
Please see a few snippets of the press release from CyberConnect2 below, courtesy of Gematsu:
The Story of Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2
Following the tracks left by the Taranis, the children eventually reached a ruined port left devastated by an attack. The port serves as a hub for airships—a new mode of transportation that has played an essential role in the reconstruction of Gasco.
During the intermission phase, you can interact with other children to increase the affinity toward one another and use the facilities to expand the available features. Talking to other children or using the facilities will consume Action Points (AP). Use your limited AP wisely to make both the children and the tank stronger!
The children’s support effects in battle will increase along with their affinity. Reaching certain affinity levels will trigger a link event, which will further increase the affinity between children and their make their link attacks available in battle.
Notebook and Hero Mode
Each of the children’s wishes are written in the notebook.
When a child’s wish is granted, they get a mood boost and become more energetic in battle. They then have a greater chance of successfully contributing to the fight. Try to keep the children’s moods boosted by granting as many wishes as you can!
The mood of characters who are feeling great gradually increases in battle and will eventually reach its max, activating hero mode.
Hero mode lasts for five turns, so be sure to take advantage of it before it wears off. Hero mode effects are different for each child.
CyberConnect2 also released a few gameplay trailers with all the details.
Link Event Trailer
Workshop & Scrap Fishing Trailer
Notebook & Hero Mode Trailer
Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2 is shaping up to be a great sequel to the original game. As a fan of Solatorobo, I’m thinking it’s high time I start catching up on the Little Tail Bronx series. (I probably won’t anytime soon; my backlog is too big.) Please see our previous coverage for more details of this solemn strategy RPG.
As a reminder, we have a review of the first game available for those that are interested in checking out the series. There are also free demos available! I encourage any and all to at least give the games a shot if interested since they are a bit of a passion project for CyberConnect2!
Please stay tuned to RPGFan for continued coverage of Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2!
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