Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn Announced for November 2023; Requires Base Game

During the latest State of Play, Bandai Namco announced Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn for November 9, 2023. This new scenario requires the original Tales of Arise to play.

General Producer Yusuke Tomizawa provided more details. Players will meet a new character named Nazamil, a girl of both Dahnan and Renan blood. She is the daughter of a Lord who was in the base game, which is currently kept secret. The story will be over 20 hours, and “the quality of the cutscenes has further improved.”

Further, there will be new dungeons, quests, and costumes. And while this takes place after the main game, “a certain level of skills and other statuses are provided at the start” for all players to be at the “appropriate level of design.”

“…we did not adopt a simple transfer of levels and statuses from the main game. Instead, we have prepared bonuses such as money and skill points based on the clear data of the main game.”

Bandai Namco has listed the Beyond the Dawn expansion contents below:

  • Beyond the Dawn Storyline: A brand-new storyline with new dungeons and subquests depicting the new adventures of the party members.
  • Special Data: Additional costumes for each of the characters!
  • New Departure Support Pack: Contains 50,000 Gald, Level Up +5, CP +100, and a complete fishing gear set.
  • Silver Weapon Collection: A set containing a weapon of each character in a shiny silvery color.

The new costumes are viewable below:

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Moreover, Tales of Arise: Beyond the Dawn Edition was announced for ¥6,800, which includes the base game and Beyond the Dawn. However, the base game does not have any DLC attached to it in this package.

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You can view the new key art below:

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You can view the announcement trailer for Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn below:

In case you missed it, a second-anniversary broadcast for Tales of Arise was announced for later this month.

Tales of Arise advances the graphics with the new “Atmospheric Shader,” which presents the world as if it were a hand-drawn painting. Further, the combat has evolved, allowing for a better sense of spectacle and direct player feedback based upon their actions. Finally, the graphics, combat system, characters, and story combine to present a vivid and realized world that the developer hopes will immerse players.

Tales of Arise is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.

Check out our review of Tales of Arise’s PlayStation 5 version.

We discussed the number of Tales of games that have never been localized and those that have never been ported, making most of the franchise notably inaccessible to contemporary audiences.

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