Scarlet Nexus Update 1.08 Announced; Tales of Arise Attachments, Very Easy Mode & New Demo with Data Migration

Publisher and developer Bandai Namco has announced that their sci-fi action JRPG, Scarlet Nexus, will be receiving update 1.08, granting notable additions.

Firstly, a new ‘Very Easy’ difficulty will be added, catering to those who solely desire to experience the story with no gameplay caveats being in the way. Secondly, various Tales of Arise collaboration items will be included, such as the Blazing Sword for Yuito, based on Alphen’s weapon from the aforementioned title, the Broken Mask attachment based on Alphen’s attire, and the Owlet Doll attachment merely comprising the loveable mascot Hootle.

Lastly, a new Story Demo will be made available for those still on the fence about purchasing this game. Moreover, data migration to the full title can be utilized afterward so progress won’t be lost. No specific date was stated for when this new content would arrive, but we’ll keep you updated on when it does.

Tales of Arise will also be receiving Scarlet Nexus-themed content, though specificities regarding its arrival have not yet been provided.

You can view the official tweet initially announcing the arrival of version update 1.08 for Scarlet Nexus below:

Scarlet Nexus is set in the distant future where a psionic hormone has been discovered in the human brain. This leads to people gaining extra-sensory powers and thus changing the world. Humanity entered a new era, but deranged mutants known as Others begin to descend from the sky with a hunger for human brains.

These enemies aren’t affected by mortal weapons, and so humanity is forced to rely on those with abilities to save the world. Players take on the role of Yuito Sumerage to uncover the mysteries of a Brain Punk future that is caught between technology and psychic abilities.

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