Mary Skelter 2 pre-launch digest trailer, Try Jail and Jail Manage systems detailed

Free Death end re;Quest collaboration jobs due out post-launch.

Compile Heart has updated the official Japanese website for Mary Skelter 2 with a pre-launch digest trailer, as well as new information and screenshots introducing the Try Jail and Jail Manage systems, as well as free Death end re;Quest-themed post-launch downloadable content.

Get the details below.

■ System

Try Jail

Try Jail is a system that both tests the player’s ability by enabling restrictions such as “status down,” “skills unusable,” and others, and grants various benefits in return. Limit yourself as much as possible to gain all sorts of benefits.

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Jail Manage

Jail Pieces are the pieces that make up the entries that appear on the Jail Bonus Roulette that activates when the Three Primal Urges are satisfied.

Jail Pieces have many useful effects in battle and training, including:

  • Recover HP for two party members
  • Recover SP for two party members
  • Deal damage to all enemies
  • Party members consume one-third the amount of SP
  • Higher amount of money obtained
  • Obtain 10 of a certain kind of Blood Crystal
  • And many more!

By setting these pieces in Jail Manage, the potential of them being chosen as a roulette entry will increase. Depending on what you set, you may even get a roulette full of HP recovery effects.

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Gather up pieces and set the ones you prefer in Jail Manage.

■ Free Downloadable Content

Death end re;Quest Collaboration Jobs (Free)

Adds jobs to every character. A release date will be announced at a later date.

Mary Skelter 2

Mary Skelter 2 is due out for PlayStation 4 in Japan on July 12.

Watch the trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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