Tales of Berseria outlines Dyle, Mystic Artes, more

Dyle is a lizard daemon who helps out Velvet.

Following yesterday’s Oscar and Teresa details, the Tales of Blog has gone up with more Tales of Berseria information, including the introduction to a lizard daemon named Dyle and a look at the game’s Mystic Artes.

Get the information below.

You may have spotted these two in past trailers: Half siblings Oscar Dragonia and Teresa Linares. They are exorcists from Abbey that our main cast of characters will cross paths with through the story. Oscar and Teresa are not playable characters, but they’ll still be important.

Oscar

Tales of Berseria

Oscar is a strong praetor exorcist who fights against Velvet as she tries to flee from Titania, the prison island.

Teresa

Tales of Berseria

Teresa is the praetor exorcist who governs Hellawes, the north town in Midgand Holy Empire. She calls Laphicet “Number Two” and has tethered him to use his Malak artes.

Dyle

Tales of Berseria

Velvet will also come across a lizard daemon named Dyle as the story kicks off. He’s going to be really helpful as she tried to break out from the prison island Titania.(More information about Dyle is due out in an upcoming article.)

Mystic Artes

Tales of Berseria

Mystic Arte are back in Tales of Berseria! Mystic Arte are strong special attacks to be executed by consuming Blast Gauge (introduced in a previous article). A player can deal high damage to an enemy which play out with a cool animation to show off this powerful Mystic Arte!

Tales of Berseria

Skills

A player can strengthen a character to activate new and hidden skills as the game progresses.

Tales of Berseria

There are lots of different effects that skills can have on a character and two key ways to activate them; the first way is to activate equipment skills and the second is to activate skills that belong to titles. (More information about this is due out in an upcoming article.)

Tales of Berseria

Tales of Berseria

Tales of Berseria

Tales of Berseria is due out for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on August 18 in Japan, and for PlayStation 4 and PC in North America and Europe in early 2017.

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