Melty Blood: Type Lumina Freely Adding Ushiwakamaru, The Count of Monte Cristo & Stages This Week; New Update

Following their latest tournament, Type-Moon and French-Bread unveiled two new fighters making their way to Melty Blood: Type Lumina on December 15, 2022, Ushiwakamaru and The Count of Monte Cristo.

Both of these characters and their respective stages will be freely implemented via an update, with their combative toolkits and profiles delivered later.

Further, the developer confirmed that Spanish, French, and Brazilian Portuguese language support will be added to the game and that a Boss Rush mode written by Nasu will be featured. Ten more tracks from Melty Blood Actress Again and four new color variations and color palettes for all characters will also be added.

Thanks to Type-Moon community member Karos for screenshotting and sharing this information.

The developer has shared official screenshots and renders. Firstly, the two new stages are depicted below:

Images showcasing the additional language support are viewable below:


Official screenshots of Ushiwakamaru are viewable via our gallery below:


Official screenshots of The Count of Monte Cristo are viewable via our gallery below:

The official renders of Ushiwakamaru, and The Count of Monte Cristo are viewable below:

You can view the announcement trailer for Ushiwakamaru joining the game this week below:

You can view the announcement trailer for The Count of Monte Cristo joining the game this week below:

Melty Blood: Type Lumina is a fighting game series that started as a doujin game back in 2002. It is developed as a collaboration between Type-Moon (TsukihimeFate/Stay Night) and French-Bread. (Under Night In-BirthDengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax)

This newest entry of the series is based on the recent Japan-exclusive remake of Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon. As such, this title acts as a reboot for the fighting series, including HD environments and upgraded visuals reflecting the remake of the visual novel. In addition, French-Bread has also rebuilt the battle system to include multiple combos that can be pulled even by newcomers.

In case you missed it, check out our review.

Melty Blood: Type Lumina is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

This post may contain Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate Noisy Pixel earns from qualifying purchases.

Orpheus Joshua

Random gamer equally confused by the mainstream and the unusual. Fan of JRPGs, Action, Platformers, Rhythm, and Adventure titles.