See Older Marona in Phantom Brave: The Lost Hero Trailer
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See Older Marona in Phantom Brave: The Lost Hero Trailer

There’s a new Phantom Brave: The Lost Hero trailer, and it features looks at a slightly older Marona, Ash, and new Phantom Apricot. The video also introduces the set-up for the sequel and explains what we’ll be dealing with as we go through the game.

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The video begins by showing the slightly older Marona, who’s grown up a bit since the first Phantom Brave, as she and Ash are on a ship journeying in The Lost Hero. After a Ghost Fleet led by a masked pirate attacks, she’s separated from him. It’s then that she meets the Phantom Apricot, who also has a pirate theme due to being the daughter of a legendary one. As both are looking for someone, with Marona searching for Ash and Apricot trying to find her father, the two build up a crew and prepare to set sail to fight the phantom pirates. 

At the 1:50 mark, the trailer gets into gameplay. It goes over elements like the Confine system, which lets Marona turn Phantoms into physical fighters by binding them to real-world items. This also lets us see new character types, like the Sea Angel, as well as returning ones such as the Archer, Fighter, Healer, and Wizard. The new Confining method also shows how Marona can transform by Confining one of her Phantoms to herself. 

Here’s the new Phantom Brave: The Lost Hero trailer. It ends with a peek at an antagonist that looks like Ash named Grey.

Phantom Brave: The Lost Hero will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam in 2025.

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