Tales of Arise: new trailer starring the paladin Kisara

Tales of Arise: new trailer starring the paladin Kisara

Tales of Arise

Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for Tales of Arise, the highly anticipated new RPG coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 10th. The video stars the paladin Kisara, captain of Elde Menacia's guard body, and allows us to get an idea of ​​her peculiar fighting style.

As you can see in the trailer, Kisara prefers close combat, using an imposing shield to defend against enemy attacks, then moving on to the counterattack with quick slashes with a mace.

The video also offers some additional details on the origins of the character. In addition to being the captain of a prestigious guardhouse, Kisara belongs to the Dahnan family while the official description of the video suggests that his figure is respected by everyone, even by Renan's soldiers.

If you have them you are lost, in recent days Bandai Namco has released a trailer that illustrates the main game activities of Tales of Arise and a trailer dedicated to the sorceress Rinwell.

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Tales of Arise Is Around the Same Length As Berseria, Won't Have a Story DLC, Sequel, or Prequel - Official Ending Spoilers

We’re back with more details on Tales of Arise translated from the Q&A held by producer Yusuke Tomizawa on the latest stream, this time with some general answers regarding the game’s length, story, and hypothetical DLC, sequels, and prequels. Lastly, TomizawaP actually spoiled something about the ending.

The Q&A was over one hour long with tons of interesting development details. For example, we learned how all the seiyuu in Tales of Arise were picked through auditions. None of the characters were made with a seiyuu already typecasted. The cast also recorded together as much as possible.

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    How long it takes to beat Tales of Arise?

    One fan asked Yusuke Tomizawa how long is Tales of Arise. Here’s his answer.

    Yusuke Tomizawa: “Needless to say it’ll depend on your playstyle. But overall, I can say it’ll be around the same length as Tales of Berseria. Of course, the game will have a lot of side content and replayability for second runs as well.”

    Tales of Berseria had an acceptable amount of side-content, so this is reassuring for Arise. One thing I was worried about was the development team focusing all its efforts on the main story, ending up with a barebones game outside its main scenario.

    Will Tales of Arise get a story DLC, a prequel or a sequel?

    Next, one fan, who was definitely referencing the Tales of Zestiria Alisha controversy and DLC, asked if Tales of Arise‘s story will actually be completed without having to buy DLC. Another fan similarly asked whether Arise will get an additional game to fully complete its storylines, similarly to Tales of Xilia 1 and 2, or Tales of Zestiria and Berseria.

    Yusuke Tomizawa: “The story of Tales of Arise resolves itself in the game. We do have DLC content like in the Limited Edition, but all the story is in the base game. I guarantee it. Moreover, Arise is fundamentally a stand-alone game. We don’t plan to link it with another game, and it will conclude itself in this one game. There will be Tales of Arise collaboration content in the crossover mobile games, but it’ll be completely unrelated to the main game. Even if you don’t play the mobile games you’ll still be able to enjoy Tales of Arise.”

    Tales of Arise ending spoiler

    Lastly, one fan asked the most straightforward question you could ever ask, whether the ending of Tales of Arise is a happy ending or a bad ending. To be fair, that’s a valid concern seeing the game starts with some pretty grim stakes. Protagonist Alphen and co are fighting against slavery and discrimination. Heroine Shionne is cursed to inflict pain on anyone she touches, etc.

    Yusuke Tomizawa answered: “Well, I don’t want to spoil, but ever since the planning phase of Tales of Arise, we decided from the start it’ll be a game that leaves you with a good aftertaste once you’ve completed it. That’s the kind of game it’ll be. I can’t tell you anything else. As for how the game will reach that good aftertaste, and how it’ll taste like, you’ll have to play it to find out”.

    All these questions are answered starting the 1:20:40 timestamp of the stream, linked below.

    「Tales of ARISE」生配信 釣りだ!野営だ!フィールドでの『寄り道』システム大紹介 & 皆様からの質疑応答も!

    Tales of Arise is releasing in Japan on September 9, and worldwide on September 10, on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. You can always reach me on Twitter @A_iyane07 to discuss the series.

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    Living near Paris, Iyane is the head of Japanese content at DualShockers. He plays Genshin Impact for the story. You can reach him on Twitter at @A_iyane07.