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Atelier Ryza 3 Story Trailer and Pre-order Bonuses Revealed

Atelier Ryza 3 Story Trailer and Pre-order Bonuses Revealed

As Atelier Ryza 3’s release date draws nearer, that means more details about the game. Koei Tecmo released two new updates on the title. One is designed to offer more insight, while the other is about incentive. So now people can see the Atelier Ryza 3 story trailer and pre-order bonuses.

Here’s the Atelier Ryza 3 story trailer. It begins with an unconscious Ryza, surrounded by concerned friends like Empel, Lila, and Patty. She then struggles to get out that she wants to “go back.” After that, we see Tao and Empel talking about the legendary “code of the universe.” This would be revealed to an alchemist, and we see Ryza creating a key to open a door. Her and her old and new allies gather together to learn the truth and explore this new area. This all plays out while “Travelers,” the ending theme song by Yorushika’s suis, plays.

As for the three Atelier Ryza 3 pre-order bonuses, these are all cosmetic DLC accessories for Ryza. Anyone who pre-orders gets two hats and one back accessory. You can make her wear a Straw Hat or Summer Flower Crown instead of her normal hat. It is also possible to make it look like she always has a Great Alchemist’s Staff on her back. These pre-order add-ons are available as bonuses regardless of the version someone gets. You can get these as long as you order before March 23, 2023.
Atelier Ryza 3 Story Trailer and Pre-order Bonuses Revealed

Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key will come to the PS4, PS5, and PC on March 23, 2023 in Japan and March 24, 2023 elsewhere.

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