Blue Reflection: Second Light Update Adds Photo Mode and Difficulty Options

Koei Tecmo released an update for the Gust-developed adventure RPG Blue Reflection: Second Light on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

The update adds photo mode features for players to change up the character’s costumes and customize frames. Further, a new difficulty has been added.

The full update includes:

  • Updated Photo Mode:
    • Note: Some characters can now be changed into Reflectors.
    • Note: Added the filters “Hatching” and “Watercolor”.
    • Note: Added the Photo Frames “Postcard”, “Camera Phone”, and “Puzzle”.
    • Note: Added poses.
  • Added the School Development Facility “Photo Studio”.
  • Added a new Difficulty.
  • Improved compatibility with the new DLCs.
  • Fixed various bugs.

Blue Reflection: Second Light follows three students, Ao Hoshizaki, Kokoro Utsubo, and Yuki Kinjou, who have just been transported to a floating academy with no way home and only their names as memories. Outside the academy, a new area appears called “Heartscape” since it surrounds the world they inhabit.

Here in Heartscape, the characters can find resources for survival, crafting, and battle. Further, they come across memory shards; pieces of their memory come back to them when touched.

However, this place becomes more dangerous as monsters appear. This leads the girls to transform, which resembles a magical girl animation, and they take part in real-time battles.

In case you missed it, check out our review and our interview with the developer.

Blue Reflection: Second Light is available now on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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