Drakengard 3: Meet the Utautai sister Five

For the sake of her growth, you may touch.

New details and screenshots on Drakengard 3 have come out of Square Enix.

As previously detailed, the game stars Zero, an Utautai gifted with the ability to manipulate magic through song. She has a hostile relationship with her sister One, also an Utautai. Zero’s goal is to kill all of the Utautai, but One strives to bring peace to the world.

It is unknown where Utautai come from, but they’re dispatched from “Churches” in each nation. All Utautai are women and given number names, rather than real ones. We’ve met two, up until now. Today, we meet Five.

Five (pictured) is quoted as saying “Please, touch my breasts… it’s good for their growth.” She is the Utautai who governs the water kingdom and one of six sisters. She has great confidence and greed, and relentless cravings, but the moment she obtains what she desires, her interest is lost. She speaks slovenly and loves to allude her sex life. Her appetite knows no bounds.

View screenshots of Five, the churches, the game world, and more at the gallery. Drakengard 3 is due out in Japan on October 31.

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