Tales of the Rays Adding Nazamil from Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn

Tales of the Rays Adding Nazamil from Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn

Bandai Namco has announced that Nazamil, the new story character introduced in the Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn expansion, will join the ongoing free-to-play mobile game Tales of the Rays.

The video announcing this development showcased Nazamil in a playable capacity, as well as other elements of Tales of Arise included in the title, like Alphen and Shionne in combat alongside their outfits from the second half of the game.

In case you missed them, check out our review of Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn and the expansion’s launch trailer.

Before playing Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn, it’s worth reading through the brief official Prelude stories featuring Rinwell and LawKisara and Dohalim, and Alphen and Shionne.

The full Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn soundtrack, comprised of 38 songs, was added to streaming services alongside the main theme song.

Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn is a story set one year after the ending of Tales of Arise. Alphen, Shionne, and the rest of the party meet a new character by the name of Nazamil, a misfortunate young girl who is the daughter of a Renan lord and a Dahnan slave. Players can anticipate over 20 hours of content, with new dungeons, costumes, sidequests, and boss battles.

Regarding carry-over boons, players will be rewarded various bonuses dependent on their achievement progress in the main game. But you will still be able to play Beyond the Dawn even if you haven’t yet beaten Tales of Arise, even though you’ll need the base game to even play this content in the first place. Characters will also start at predetermined levels in this expansion for balancing reasons.

You can view the trailer announcing the arrival of Nazamil and other Tales of Arise facets in Tales of the Rays below:

Tales of the Rays is only available in Japan on mobile devices via iOS and Android.

Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

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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