Atelier Resleriana Shares New Art of Resna & Isana

Gust, Koei Tecmo, and Akatsuki Games have shared a new illustration for their upcoming mobile game Atelier Resleriana: Forgotten Alchemy & the Liberator of Polar Night. Protagonist Resna and her childhood friend Isana are showcased, hyping up the title’s eventual release.

This new entry occurs in the kingdom of Lantana, which once prospered thanks to alchemy. However, the practice is now nonexistent, not even retained as a memory. The protagonist Resna sets off on a journey to restore alchemy throughout the land.

Atelier Resleriana: Forgotten Alchemy & the Liberator of Polar Night will launch for PC via Steam and mobile devices via iOS and Android at some point in 2023. There has been no word on a potential Western release.

For more information on this game, check out our announcement coverage.

You can view the new Atelier Resleriana: Forgotten Alchemy & the Liberator of Polar Night artwork of Resna and Isana below:

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The latest title in the franchise is Atelier Marie Remake: The Alchemist of Salburg.

Gameplay has the same elements future entries would utilize, such as gathering ingredients, interacting with townsfolk, and performing battles. Of course, there are notable differences, and this incoming remake appears to be taking liberties.

In addition to general enhancements and new character events, Atelier Marie Remake: The Alchemist of Salburg will feature a new Unlimited Mode, allowing players to “play at a more relaxed pace,” removing the time limit. There are new character events, too. Additionally, the Atelier Marie Plus: The Alchemist of Salburg, Gust Extra BGM Costume Set, and “Another Look” Costume Set are granted with the Digital Deluxe Edition.

Atelier Marie Remake: The Alchemist of Salburg is now available worldwide on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

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