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Shortly after the announcement of Atelier Lulua in Japan, Koei Tecmo announced its localization for Spring 2019. In the West the game is called Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland.

 

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Here’re more info on the game with a new official website that just launched:

 

Atelier Lulua

This heart-warming new entry follows the young Elmerulia Fryxell; an energetic and positive young girl who studies alchemy diligently to live up to the legacy of her mother – the famous Rorona Fryxell. Supported by her close childhood friend, the hardworking and caring Eva Armster, she works hard to fulfill her dream and become a renowned alchemist. Fans of the Arland series will be able to re-meet old characters, and re-explore the land of Arland, to see how the flow of time has changed everything they once knew.

 

Story

“Atelier Rorona” marked the
beginning of the “Arland” series.
And now, following the events of “Atelier Totori” and “Atelier Meruru,” comes an all new story. The latest title is set in a world proceeding the story of “Atelier Meruru.” The title depicts how characters and locations have changed over time. Set in a world both nostalgic and new,
the curtain lifts on another adventure for the alchemists.

 

System

Synthesis, exploration, and battle…
The system that defines the “Atelier”series.
While maintaining a system that fans of the “Arland” series will be familiar with at its core, this title also continues to evolve the system.
In addition, the title extracts the essence of the system, which has continued to be cultivated, all the way up from the series’ roots to its latest numbered title.
A unique melding of such elements makes possible an entirely new gaming experience.
We hope you look forward to new information regarding this game as it becomes available!

 

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Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland releases in Japan in 2019 for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. It’ll release in the West in Spring 2019 for PS4, Switch, and PC. Check our previous report for details and a first look at the game. You can also check out its limited edition info for Japan here.

Sato
Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.

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