This week’s Famitsu leaks have a small update about some of the new content coming for God Eater 2: Rage Burst, especially with respect to new Aragami types and details about what data will be carried over when importing saves from the original God Eater 2.
Firstly, the new Aragami types are described to be a bunch that have parts on their bodies that closely resemble God Arcs, apparently due to the corruption brought about by the Spiral Tree. Their data is listed in the magazine as follows:
- Rasetsu Kongou, an Aragami that looks like a fusion between a standard Kongou and a Boost Hammer.
- Caligula Zeno, an Aragami described as resembling a Rufus Caligula and a Charge Spear mixed together.
- Mukuro Kyuubi, a Kyuubi variation mixed with a Short Sword.
With respect to God Eater 2 save data transfers, which we’ve covered previously, the majority of data is written to be carried over to Rage Burst as is, although some equipment will be replaced with items that have equivalent stat parameters. For those curious about the specifics beyond that, read on below:
- Items, materials, clothes, and (again) most equipment will carry over.
- Composite cores will be converted into cash.
- Any money will be transferred over in full.
- Party members’ growth will be dictated by the level they were at in the God Eater 2 save.
- Character creation will be unlocked from the start.
- Blood Arts and Blood Bullets will be transferred over with their Awakened percentages intact.
- Records for amounts of Avatar Card weapon usage, Aragami extermination, and times an NPC is brought into a combat party will all be kept.
- Code Names cannot be changed.
- Save data with a difficulty level of 7 or higher that’s unlocked will start Rage Burst at level 7 and can also attain rank 7 Kurogane.
- Trophies for Rage Burst are being completely redone, meaning none from the original game will be transferable.
Finally, a demo version of the game for both PS4 and PS Vita has been confirmed, with no download date set as of yet.
God Eater 2: Rage Burst is due out in Japan on February 19.
Thanks, Games Talk.