Dungeon Travelers 2-2 details Tears to Tiara 2 and Kizato DLC, costume sets - Gematsu
Dungeon Travelers 2-2 details Tears to Tiara 2 and Kizato DLC, costume sets
posted on 04.13.17 at 01:56 AM EDT by (@salromano)
Get all four dungeon and two costume set DLCs for 2,000 yen.

White Album 2 and Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth aren’t the only two dungeon collaboration downloadable contents for Dungeon Travelers 2-2. Tears to Tiara 2 and Kizato are also joining the lineup.

Get details on the two new dungeon add-ons, as well as the game’s Season Pass and two costume add-on sets, below.

DLC Season Pass (launches April 20, 2,000 yen)

Includes access to four dungeon downloadable contents and two costume downloadable contents due out after launch.

DLC Dungeon: “The Fortified City of Tartetos” feat. Tears to Tiara 2 (500 yen)

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A dungeon featuring Tears to Tiara 2. It is set in “The Fortified City of Tartetos,” which appears in Tears to Tiara 2 begins, and features the appearances of familiar characters such as Tart.

DLC Dungeon: “Tsurugiya” feat. Kizato (500 yen)

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A dungeon featuring Kizuato. It is set in “Tsurugiya,” which appears in Kizuato begins, and features the appearances of familiar characters such as Hatsune Kashiwagi.

DLC Costume Set: “Swimsuits” (800 yen)

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Includes “Swimsuit” costumes for all characters to use in the “Dressing Room,” as well as “Double Experience Membership Book” item, which increases the amount of experience points you earn by two.

DLC Costume Set: “IF Class Costumes” (800 yen)

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Includes “IF Class Costumes” for all characters to use in the “Dressing Room,” as well as the “Super Lucky Omikuji” item, which increases the item drop rate.

IF Class Costumes are costumes depicted with a different concept from the original class lineage. For example, if a magic user character was a fighter.

Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Maiden Who Fell into Darkness and the Book of Beginnings is due out for PS Vita in Japan on April 20. A demo is currently available on the Japanese PlayStation Store.

View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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