Rocket Panda Games announced two new characters Phantom Breaker: Omnia, the updated version of Phantom Breaker: Extra, coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on March 15, 2022.
The developer, along with Mages, has revealed two new characters, Artifactor and Maestra, who will join the roster as new characters to the game. Both characters will be available at launch. Further, a new trailer has been released that features the song “My Heartbeat for You”, composed and arranged by Epsilon Zero with vocals by Cristina Vee, the in-game voice actor for Waka.
Here are some extra details about the characters:
Artifactor: A capricious cosmic architect from a god-like race of beings known as Reverants. One of the original creators of the universe, the so-called ‘Fu-menison Artifacts’ – mystical weapons of great strength – were tools of her design used to construct reality as we know it. She is currently the only known Reverant left in existence.
Artifactor is voiced by Yui Nakajima (Japanese) and Cassandra Lee Morris (English).
Maestra: She once dwelled in Mikoto’s Fu-mension Artifact, Maestro, until Mikoto’s wish to not fight made her manifest into being. Though naive and a bit clumsy outside of battle, she bravely fights in Mikoto’s stead and loves her mistress dearly. Ever protective, she stays close to Mikoto’s side at all times.
Maestra is voiced by Mai Sato (Japanese) and Xanthe Huynh (English).
Artifactor and Maestra will bring the character roster to a total of 20 playable characters.
“It has been an extremely long journey,” said producer SakariP, “but I’m thrilled to finally show off our new characters in ‘Phantom Breaker: Omnia.’ On behalf of the dev team, I hope that Omnia meets all of the passionate Phantom Breaker fans’ expectations, and that we can continue to build the Phantom Breaker saga together.”
Phantom Breaker: Omnia will be the first entry in the series to release in the west since 2013 and includes all of the characters and guest characters from Phantom Breaker: Extra along with two brand new characters who are yet to be revealed. The game has three different fighting styles, Quick, Hard, and Omnia, which change the character’s speed, power, and mechanics.
In case you missed it, check out the gameplay reveal from a few months ago.
You can watch the trailer below:
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