Atelier Ryza 2 Costumes Shown Off in a Digital Deluxe Edition Fashion Show

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We already know Ryza is pretty good at rocking looks in the Atelier Ryza series. But now, we have a better idea of how some of her Atelier Ryza 2 costumes will look. A Digital Deluxe Edition trailer is here and it goes through some of the 37 Another Style and Summer Memories Costume Sets’ outfits you get for characters like Ryza, Klaudia, Lent, Tao, Patricia, Clifford, and Serri.

The video begins with a look at the Changing Room, which people can visit to set the costumes for all seven characters. We get to see Ryza in outfits like Retro, Danger Zone, Capital Orange, and Summer Adventure and Klaudia in Jade Dress, Reisalin Color, and White Bird of the East. From there, we get to see lots of people in their different Atelier Ryza 2 costumes in-game, showing how they’ll be represented in battles, cutscenes, or when Ryza herself is exploring.

Here’s the full Atelier Ryza 2 DDX costumes video, which also reminds people the Summer Fashion Costume Set is an Early Purchase Bonus for everyone and save data from the original game unlocks a Classic Costume Set.



There have honestly been a ton of Atelier Ryza 2 trailers to view lately. One Taiwanese stream showed off the battle system. Another video reminded people how Ryza got to where she is. We even got a chance to see what it will be like to raise Punis.

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 in Japan on December 3, 2020. The North American and European debuts will appear on January 26, 2021 and January 29, 2021, with the PC version appearing on January 26, 2021.

Jenni Lada
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