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Sq. Enix’s Upcoming Launch ‘The DioField Chronicle’ Rated By ESRB

Square Enix's Upcoming Release 'The DioField Chronicle' Rated By ESRB

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Earlier this 12 months in March, Sq. Enix introduced a brand new “deeply strategic RPG” referred to as The DioField Chronicle – created by a workforce of “veteran” technique builders at Lancarse Ltd. It is set inside a world of honor and political intrigue, requiring gamers to direct models by a number of fight encounters utilizing a ‘Actual-Time Tactical Battle’ system.

It is scheduled to reach sooner or later this 12 months, and now in an replace, this upcoming Swap launch has been rated by the ESRB. The sport has obtained a ‘T’ for teen score and accommodates blood, gentle suggestive themes and violence. Here is the total description, which additionally sheds some mild on what else to count on from this upcoming launch:

“It is a role-playing sport during which gamers management mercenaries battling rival factions in a fantastical world. From a top-down perspective, gamers interact in tactical battles towards human troopers and fantastical creatures (e.g., large wolves, dragons, the undead). Gamers choose assault strikes from a menu as their get together members transfer across the battlefield; characters use weapons, swords, and magic spells/vitality blasts to defeat enemies. Cutscenes depict additional situations of violence and blood: characters impaled by swords; troopers battling with swords/lances, amid splatters of blood; nonetheless photographs of characters mendacity in swimming pools of blood. In a single storyline, a villain kidnaps village girls, forcing them to work in a brothel.”

The DioField Chronicle has been rated “T” for “Teen” by the ESRB: https://t.co/O6VDUykISM pic.twitter.com/fwYz9vOWb6— Gematsu (@gematsu) Could 21, 2022

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