The Alliance Alive launches March 27 in the Americas and Europe, second character trailer

Meet Barbarosa, Vivian, and Ignace.

The Alliance Alive

The Alliance Alive will launch physically and digitaly for 3DS in the Americas and Europe on March 27, 2018, publisher Atlus announced.

As previously announced, a special launch edition will also be available in the Americas that includes an exclusive CD with 20 tracks, art book with more than 30 pages of detailed illustrations, and a Robbins penguin key chain.

In addition to the release date announcement, Atlus has relaunched the game’s official website and released a new trailer introducing the Daemon characters of the party. Here is an overview of the characters, via Atlus:

First up, we have the mighty, no-nonsense, Beastfolk Barbarosa. Although he was once used as an instrument of war by the Daemons to enslave humanity, he is now a key member of the Night Ravens resistance group. His skills with an axe and loyalty to his friends are valuable assets in the battles to come. Up next, we have the dynamic duo of Vivian and Ignace. Vivian is a fox-like Daemon from another world who wishes to learn more about the curious creatures known as humans. She’s a compassionate being that harbors no ill-will towards other species, but don’t let her bubbly and friendly disposition fool you. Vivian is an extremely powerful sorceress who won’t hesitate to use her powers for good. Finally, we have Vivian’s servant, Ignace. Even though he’s extremely pompous towards non-Daemons and clashes with some members of the party, his loyalty to Vivian is unwavering. Plus, he’s pretty good in a scrap, so never count him out!

Watch the trailer below.

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