Utawarerumono RPG ‘Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten’ Shows Gameplay in New Trailer

Publisher Shiravune has shared a new trailer for the new Utawarerumono game, Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten. The five-minute video gives us a look at its gameplay, including the exploration of the vibrant world, the turn-based combat system, and a few advanced details of its systems.

Monochrome Mobius celebrates the Utawarerumono series’ 20th anniversary, showing what happened back when Oshtor, Mikazuchi, and Munechika were younger. As Oshtor finds a young girl who seems to know his father, he decides to go on a journey to look for him in the land of Arva Shulan.

The trailer reveals the explorable environments are expansive and filled with creatures to fight. Depending on how you contact them on the field, it’s possible to gain the advantage or face an ambush. Combat is turn-based, and attacking an enemy repeatedly can stagger it, forcing its turn to come later than originally expected.

By staggering enemies and charging the characters’ Zeal gauge, it’ll be possible to move into a faster turn order (the inner circle), which should impact battles significantly. The video also shows HALU in action, transforming from a small plush-animal-like appearance into a mecha that can take over combat and devastate enemies with its attacks.

Check out the new Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten trailer:

Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten comes to PC via Steam on September 7, 2022. While the game will have PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 editions in Japan, only the PC version has been announced for western release. We’ll let you know as Shiravune shares more information on the game before its worldwide release.


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Ivanir Ignacchitti

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