Land of No Night’s protagonist Arnath’s goal is to do everything she can to protect her friend Rulitis, but she’ll have some time to spare until the moment of truth arrives. 4Gamer shows us some of the activities that can be done at the game’s main base of operations.
Arnath will spend her days fighting against the Jayou while gathering information. The above is a look at the hotel known as “Ende,” which is the base of operations, where Arnath will prepare herself to continue protecting Rulitis.
Until the time comes for the church to issue the final order, Arnath will need to keep protecting Rulitis. Arnath will continue getting various orders from the church until then.
In order to protect Rulitis, Arnath explores different possibilities to take on the “Lord of the Night” without the need of sacrificing the person she cares for. She’ll do so by fighting alongside her demon subordinates known as Servans, as she grows and advances through the story.
At times, Arnath will encounter giant Jayou boss monsters, and she’ll even have to save someone from one at a point. This character will provide more information for the story to advance.
After her routine fight with the Jayou, Arnath can take a breather at Ende. This is also where your Servans reside, and you’ll get to check out their daily lives and also organize them. There’s also a way to enhance Arnath by using Blood at the Yord Altair.
The “Actualize” feature is where you use a “Yoshiro” to form contract with a new Servan. Depending on the Yoshiro typoe, you’ll get a different Servan.
While Arnath can only take on the Jayou at night, there are plenty of other activities she can do at the hotel during the day. As previously reported, there’s an arena feature that lets you test out Arnath and her Servans’ skills.
There are also places to buy, sell, and trade your items, so you won’t have to worry too much about going far out of your way to take care of your inventory and equipment. Once you get further along in the story, you’ll also get to trade items from faraway lands.
You’ll find various requests at the hotel during the day and night. While most of it consists of taking out Jayou, you’ll find some different requests, too. The clients aren’t always human, and you might find some that know a bit about the mystery behind the Jayou.
Land of No Night will release in Japan on August 27, 2015 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita.