Square Enix and Lancarse announced the free update for The DioField Chronicle launches on March 6 across all platforms. The free update includes new content and adjustments to enhance the overall gameplay experience.
Players who have completed The Diofield Chronicle may attempt Extra Mode for a greater challenge once the free update arrives. Additionally, a new scenario featuring Waltaquin Redditch will be playable after clearing Chapter 5. Behemoth will appear as the final boss of this new scenario.
Here’s an overview of what’s included in the free update for The DioField Chronicle:
- New Scenario – A new scenario not told in the main story starring Waltaquin Redditch. In this scenario, playable after clearing Chapter 5, you will make your way through missions while controlling Waltaquin. “Behemoth” will appear as the final boss.
- New Weapon “Grimoire” – In the newly added scenario, you will be able to equip Waltaquin’s dedicated weapon “Grimoire,” which can use skills to summon units and morph into other forms.
- New Skills – The new skill “Necromancy” can be used to summon a Skull Knight. The new skill “Necrotame” can be used to transform your units into a Skull Dragon to unleash powerful skills.
- High-Difficulty “Extra Mode” – A mode in which high-level enemies appear from Chapter 1. This will be added as a function of “New Game+,” which allows you to carry over your levels, weapons, and skill trees after clearing the main story.
- New Difficulty Level “Very Hard” – The “Very Hard” difficulty level offers more challenging battles with less fragment drops, reduced enemy skill use frequency and cooldowns, limited revival time and HP recovery, and so on.
Lastly, The DioField Chronicle is available now for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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