Made in Abyss JRPG for PS4, Switch and PC gets new screenshots and details on game modes and more
Spike Chunsoft has announced new details and released new assets of its upcoming JRPG Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness.
Today, Spike Chunsoft announced new details and released new assets of its upcoming JRPG Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness.
We’re introduced to two distinct game modes, one that will let players control Riko from the anime, and the other featuring an all-new story in the boots of an original cave rider.
You can read more about the two modes below.
HELLO ABYSS is a mode where players relive the anime’s story while learning the basic system and how to progress through the game. In this mode, players control the main character Riko, an apprentice Cave Raider. With human-like robot Reg, who can handle both combat and exploration, aim for the bottom of the colossal hole known as the Abyss. The in-game event scenes are fully voiced by the anime actors.
In DEEP IN ABYSS, you control a new Cave Raider, an original character, to challenge the depths of the Abyss, and enjoy an original story overseen by series writer Akihito Tsukushi. This quirky character can be customized with different hairstyles and facial features. By completing missions and bringing back relics from the Abyss, players can increase their rank as a Cave Raider and challenge deeper levels of the Abyss. This mode is based on solo exploration, so more careful preparation and action is required.
We also discover new gameplay elements.
Exploring the Abyss requires a variety of tools, enough food, and more. Items can be crafted from a variety of materials obtained through exploration and range from tools such as climbing axes and fishing rods to food, medicine and clothing.
In-game, due to weight restrictions for gear, it’s also important to source items locally through crafting, rather than bringing them from town.
“The Curse of the Abyss”, a signature element of the original story, is also recreated in the game. returning to the surface, causing various physical and mental disorders
Below you can enjoy the new screenshots.
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness (which was revealed in May 2021) will launch in North America and Europe in Fall 2022 on PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.