First look at Dungeon Travelers 2-2 [Update]

First screenshots surface via retail listings.

Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Maiden Who Fell into Darkness and the Book of Beginnings

The first screenshots of Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Maiden Who Fell into Darkness and the Book of Beginnings have surfaced via the game’s Amazon Japan listings.

The PS Vita dungeon RPG sequel will be available in 5,800 yen standard and 8,800 yen Premium editions when it launches in Japan in spring 2017. The latter includes creation materials, an original drama CD, two clear charms, and a background music arrange CD. A 4,761 yen download version will also be available.

If you missed it yesterday, read more about the game here.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

Update 12:00 p.m.: Here’s the story overview, via Famitsu:

There once was an era in which the earth was inhabited by gods, humans, and an evil deity from the underworld known as the Demon God. At the end of the long battle, monster suppression was achieved by means of the Sealbook invented by the first royal alchemist Siegdrad, and even the Demon God was buried to the underworld. Vitoria, the First Queen of the Kingdom of Romulea, achieved continental unification through the hard work of mankind, and the world was restored by the hands of humanity. 500 years later—.

The stage is the Royal Library of the Kingdom of Romulea. The Demon God said to have been buried in the underworld… was alive! The Demon God sealed in this world was in an imperfect state and revived. Led by Fried Einhard, one of the superior Libras, the Royal Library of the Kingdom of Romulea battle party was formed, and set out for what would this time be a perfect seal of the Demon God.

In the depths of the Royal Library of the Kingdom of Romulea—. The gate to the underworld opened, and after clearing through its mysterious dungeons of the underworld, the last battle between Fried and the Demon God finally began. However!! Fried and company fell before the formidable Demon God—. And so, “The Kingdom of Romulea… fell into darkness.”

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