In addition to releasing a brand-new trailer showing three new DLC characters in Platinum, Kanji, and Orie, Arc System Works had more to share about its pricing for Japan in their latest Arc Nama broadcast.
First, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will go for 6,264 yen for physical and 5,800 yen for digital in Japan. A “Limited Box” version for 10,584 yen that comes with all DLC characters, an art book, and more; however, there will also be a Digital Deluxe edition for 7,800 yen, which is easily the best way to go for those who don’t mind going with digital copies.
For those going with the either standard versions of the game, there will be an “All-in-One Pack” with all DLC characters for 2,400 yen. RWBY’s DLC characters Blake Belladonna and Yang Xiao Long free of charge. More info on that here.
The three DLC characters that were revealed during the live stream in BlazBlue’s Platinum the Trinity, Persona 4 Arena’s Kanji Tatsumi, and Under Night In-Birth’s Orie will all be free for those who pre-order or purchase first-print copies of the game in Japan. Otherwise, the three will be available as the “Additional Character Set Vol. 1” for 600 yen.
There’s a total of 6 character sets planned for its release and they’ll go for 600 yen each for those who want to purchase the sets individually.
We currently have no information on the DLC pricing outside of Japan, but it shouldn’t be long until Arc System Works America has more information to share regarding BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle DLC, as stated last month.
BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle releases for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam in Japan and Asia on May 31, 2018. It’ll release in North America on June 5, 2018.