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MISTOVER updated to Version 1.0.6a

Some sizable changes

Arc System Works has updated MISTOVER to Version 1.0.6a. Check out the full patch notes for this update below.

Battle Improvements

Bleeding

Corp Crew’s bleeding skill damages have increased by 150%, while the bleeding effect duration applied to both Corps Crews and monsters has decreased from 3 to 2 turns.
You can now reduce the bleeding damages with blocking.
You receive the bleeding resistance for 1 turn after you successfully cure the bleeding with skills/items.
Reduced the chance of getting “Mist Contamination” jinx to the same level of other jinxes.

“Brand”, “Taunt” duration has changed from ‘3 turns’ to ‘3 turns and 3 hits’. They will have 3 turns at first, but every hit will reduce 1 turn.

All Mesmerize states excluding “Bleeding” are removed when a Crew member enters Limbo.

If a Miss occurs, HIT increase buff will be given to the attacker for 1 turn. It applies to both Corps Crews and monsters.
“Stun” state will no longer remain after a battle ends or you escape a battle.

Onmyouji’s “Paper Turtle” and Paladin’s “Believe Aegis” balance adjustments.
Duration: 5 turns to 3 turns.
Skill: Provoke duration ‘3 turns’ to ‘3 turns and 3 hits’. They will have 3 turns at first, but every hit will reduce 1 turn.
Stats: Their overpowered stats have been balanced.
You can now summon only one of each.
Even if you have multiple Onmyoujis, you can only summon 1 Paper Turtle and the same applies to Paladin’s Believe Aegis.
However, you can summon 1 Paper Turtle and 1 Believe Aegis since they are two different skills.

MISTOVER updated to Version 1.0.5 in Japan

The Japanese version of MISTOVER has been updated to Version 1.0.5. This seems to be a minor update, as the only details mentioned include bug fixes and text issues being smoothed over. If we get anymore details on this update, we'll add the info to this post.

Arc System Works shares another look at Mistover's upcoming physical release in Japan

A bonus art book tucked inside

Awhile back, Arc System Works announced that they'll be publishing a physical release for Mistover in Japan. Now we've gotten a look at what that package has to offer. Tucked inside the package will be an artbook, which includes a collection of character and location artwork, as well as concept art.

Mistover updated to Version 1.0.4

Arc System Works have updated Mistover to Version 1.0.4. Check out what's included in this update below.

- ‘Back to Title Page’ menu during the expedition
- ‘Color Customization’ where you can choose a color for your Corps Crew
- Korean voice-over
- numerous bug fixes

New details on Mistover's "Faust Dungeon" DLC shared

Mistover crossover

Arc System Works has shared new details on the upcoming “Faust Dungeon” for Mistover, which is coming digitally on Jan. 23rd, 2020, and is included with the physical version of the game in Japan. Check out the new info on this DLC below.

“Faust Dungeon” is a special dungeon scenario where the mad doctor Faust, who wanders dimensions, runs into the Corps at the Pillar of Despair. The theme of the downloadable content is “Mad Doctor Faust’s Unexpected Journey to Another Dimension.”

In Guilty Gear Xrd, something unexpected happens to our old chaotic friend Faust that causes him to cross a dimensional rift, landing him at the Pillar of Despair.

The Corps, on the other hand, are suddenly attacked by a mysterious being while investigating the newly appeared dimension… What will happen to the Corps and Faust!?

The add-on features a variety of content, including a new boss expressions that resemble the original game, a new dungeon, new reward items, and more.

Mistover's retail release in Japan to include special dungeon DLC

Guilty Gear DLC revealed

Arc System Works has announced that the retail release for Mistover in Japan is going to include special DLC in the way of a special dungeon themed after Guilty Gear series character Faust. This same “Additional Dungeon: Guilty Gear Collaboration Faust Dungeon” will be available as paid DLC at a later date for those who grab the eShop version of the game. Mistover hits retail in Japan on January 23rd, 2020 for 5,800 yen.

Roguelike Turn-based RPG, MISTOVER Available Now on Switch

The mist rolls in today

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – October 10, 2019 – Developer and publisher KRAFTON Game Union, best known for PUBG and TERA, announced today the launch of their latest game project, MISTOVER. The roguelike, turn-based RPG where strategy, choice, and dangerous dungeons await, launches digitally today on October 10, 2019 for the Nintendo Switch™ system, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, and PC (via Steam) in North America.

Players can also download the complimentary MISTOVER demos on all the available platforms. A time trial demo tasks the player with escaping the dungeon in ten minutes, while the full demo introduces the player to the lore of the mist and provides an in-depth introduction to the gameplay mechanics. KRAFTON recently announced that community feedback from the demos have been incorporated in the final product.

Featuring a striking art style that draws from both Western and Asian influences, MISTOVER is a roguelike dungeon crawler RPG with a strategy focused turn-based combat system. Players are charged with managing and leading a Corps crew on an ever-changing dungeon expedition through the Pillar of Despair, unraveling the mysteries of the Vortex to find a cure to the corrupting properties of the Mist that threaten the realm.

About MISTOVER
A massive vortex known as the Pillar of Despair released a thick mist that swept across the small kingdom of Arta, decaying the once lush lands. From this vortex, tremendous creatures known as espers were released destroying everything in their path. As Arta laid on the brink of destruction, all attacks subsided and the Expedition Corps began recruiting members willing to brave the deadly mysteries and effects of what Corps members call the Misfortune Mist.

MISTOVER Highlights Include:

Over 40-hours of expeditions through five distinct regions
Procedurally generated dungeons deliver new expedition experiences every time
Build an invincible Corps by combining and strategizing with eight different classes
Learn and master over 13 unique skills and upgrade equipment to enhance Corps members
Exposure to the Mist affects everything, sometimes in surprising ways, including Corps members, monsters, plants and animals, and even equipment, items, and relics
Unique game systems find players managing internal conflicts between ‘satisfaction’ and ‘greed’
Novice to expert players can set their difficulty with Easy, Medium and Hard levels
Designed for players who like difficulty, MISTOVER is not for the faint of heart – and features a permanent death system

Developed and published by KRAFTON Game Union, MISTOVER launched on October 10, 2019 for the Nintendo Switch™ system, and PS4™ system, PC (via Steam) in North America and is available for $29.99(USD)/€27,99/£24.99. This title is rated “T for Teen” by the ESRB.

Check out more screens and footage for MISTOVER

Check out more screens here

''MIST-ical' RPG with expeditions for finding the key to survival. Choose your next step wisely and keep in mind that your every move will change the future. Create your own 'Corps' and explore through various regions in the Pillar of Despair: forests, lakes, mountains, cities, cathedrals, castles, and much more.

You can also check out the latest Japanese live-stream for MISTOVER below.

MISTOVER's cover art for South Korea shared

We've got you covered

MISTOVER is seeing a physical release all over the world, and that includes in South Korea. While the physical release doesn't launch in South Korea until January 23rd, 2020, Arc System Works has shared the cover art for the game, which you can see above. It seems to be the same image that is on the Japanese cover, but we're not sure if the background will be the same.

MISTOVER demo now available on the Switch eShop in Japan, North America, and Europe

Give the game a go

UPDATE - This demo is now available in NA/EU as well.

MISTOVER comes to Switch on Oct. 9th, 2019, which isn't far off at all. Not sure the game is for you? Why not hop on the Switch eShop in Japan and give the game a try? A demo for the title is now available, and best of all, it includes English support! It's likely the demo will also release today in NA/EU, but why wait when you can grab it now!?

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