Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk followup Labyrinth of Galleria announced for PS4, PS Vita [Update]

Due out on July 25 in Japan.

Labyrinth of Galleria

The latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals Labyrinth of Galleria: Coven of Dusk, a followup to the dungeon RPG Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk. It will launch on July 25 in Japan for 7,200 yen on PlayStation 4, and 6,200 yen on PS Vita. A limited edition will also be available for 9,200 yen and 8,200 yen, respectively.

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk is directed by Tatsyua Izumi, who also wrote the scenario; character design is by Takehito Harada; and music is composed by Tenpei Sato.

Announced characters include the protagonist (an exorcism lamp?), someone named Eureka, the witch Madam Malta, and Madam Malta’s granddaughter Perico.

The development team is made up of staff that worked on the first game, and Emi Evans is back for the music. The game itself is described as more of a successor than it is a sequel.

Nippon Ichi Software launched a countdown website last week counting down to the game’s official announcement. It ends in two days.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

UPdate 03/27/19 at 2:15 p.m.: Dengeki Online has posted a notice that while Dengeki PlayStation reports that a Switch version of Labyrinth of Galleria: Coven of Dusk will be released, the game will only be released for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. A Switch version is not planned at this time.

This article, as per our source who obtained the magazine that listed the Switch version, initially stated the game would be released for Switch. The contents of the post before the update have been modified to remove mention of a Switch version.

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