Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy details squad creation, Cross Blood system, Variants

Experience-developed dungeon RPG due out in May.

NIS America has shared new details on Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy introducing the game’s squad creation, Cross Blood system, and Variants.

Get the information below.

Creating Your Squad

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy

You can freely customize the appearance, personality traits, voice, Blood Code, and other information about your squad members. With the options at your disposal, you can create everything from musclebound warriors to hyper-intelligent spellcasters.

Blood Codes | Cross Blood System

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy

All skills are linked to Blood Codes, which act as the classes in the game. Activating your Blood Codes allows your Squad members to use specific skills and spells.

The Cross Blood System allows you to use two Blood Codes – your Main and Sub. Mix and match to your liking and create an unstoppable combination!

Variants in the Abyss

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy

A section of the city is transformed into a mysterious labyrinth known as the Abyss, which crawls with deadly monsters known as Variants.

Push your way through the Abyss, level up your party, and discover the secrets which lie at the heart of it!

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy will launch for PS Vita and PC on May 16 in North America and May 19 in Europe.

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