Wizard’s Symphony first details, screenshots

Dungeon RPG set 20 years after Wizard's Harmony.

Arc System Works has released the first information and screenshots of Wizard’s Symphony, its newly announced dungeon RPG coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch this fall in Japan.

Get the details below.

■ Story

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard’s Sympony is set 20 years after the events of Wizard’s Harmony.

A traditional fantasy spun by new adventurers in a world of swords and magic.

A world where swords and magic have developed more than science—.

In this world, the increase in adventurers shows no signs of stopping, and trade dealing with adventurers has unexpectedly caused a bubble economy.

The protagonist, a young man named Alto, is a “Historic Ruins Tour Guide”—or “Conductor” for short—which is one of the occupations born from that bubble.

Set in the city of “Kazan,” where traces of the magical kingdom Glasoska thought to have been destroyed in a single night 1,000 years ago remain, Alto and company’s adventure is about to begin—.

■ Character Design

Character design for Wizard’s Symphony is being handled by Moo, who took the world by storm as the illustrator of Wizard’s Harmony.

■ Characters

Alto Traverse

  • Job: Conductor
  • Race: Human
  • Voiced by: Kengo Kawanishi

Wizard's Symphony

A young man who works as a “Conductor,” a job that guides tourists around dangerous ruins. One day, as a substitute for the company president that suddenly disappeared, he takes on the role of acting leader of the Conductor company “M Tours,” and works hard with his colleagues each day.

Spica Celeste

  • Job: Defender
  • Race: Human
  • Voiced by: Hisako Tojo

Wizard's Symphony

A girl who works with Alto. She has a bright and optimistic personality, and sometimes does unexpected things. She is the defender of the party, who specializes in luring attacks and protecting allies.


  • Job: Unknown
  • Race: Unknown
  • Voiced by: Masumi Tazawa

Wizard's Symphony

An amnesiac girl who was asleep in the ruins. She seems to call Alto her master…? She has a calm personality, but has a two-sidedness in that she can also be rude. She is highly skilled in battle and fights with a unique attack style different from magic.

Merak Yildiz

  • Job: Wizard
  • Race: Human
  • Voiced by: Takeyuki Shimada

Wizard's Symphony

A young man who works with Alto. He has a gentle and intellectual personality, and fills a calming role among his eager allies. In battle, he is an attacker who uses attack magic.

■ Game Overview

A Dungeon RPG that Utilizes Character Traits

Wizard’s Symphony is a dungeon RPG in which players form a party based on the battle situation and progress through dungeons. Battles proceed in a turn-based command-style, where players choose character actions such as using magic and items. During dungeon exploration, characters may also have various conversations with each other depending on the situation.

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

Fully Voiced Dramatic-Story

The story is a traditional fantasy story of swords and magic that plays out both comically and seriously via a cast of unique characters. The story is also fully voiced, and there are plenty of event illustrations drawn by Moo.

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

In town, players can accept quests and purchase items.

Wizard's Symphony

The Series’ Familiar “Affinity” System Returns

The familiar “Affinity” system from Wizard’s Harmony will return in Wizard’s Symphony. The current status of the constantly changing “Character Affinity” will also have an influence on battles. Also, each character has a “Unique Skill,” and how you develop which characters will play a major role in the overall difficulty of clearing a dungeon.

Wizard's Symphony

Wizard's Symphony

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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