Tokyo New World Record: Operation Babel announced for PS Vita [Update]

Sequel to Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss.

Famitsu this week reveals Tokyo New World Record: Operation Babel, a dungeon RPG sequel to Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss from Experience.

Tokyo New World Record: Operation Babel

The game will have a new “Cross Blood” system.

Further details have not yet leaked.

Update 10:02 a.m.: More details have come in via [email protected].

The game is due out for PS Vita on April 30 for 6,264 yen via retail or 5,400 yen via download. A limited edition will be available for 8,424 yen.

The magazine introduces new characters Hikaru Nanase (voiced by Rumi Okubo) and Kieru (voiced by Tetsuya Kakihara), as well as characters from the first game, complete with new outfits.

The new “Cross Blood System” lets players set both main and sub “Blood Codes.”

Development is currently 75 percent complete.

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