The 1.2.1 Tales of Luminaria update is here and the multiplayer boss battles will look different as a result. A number of changes appeared in the patch. Among them are changes that alter how someone can play in those challenges and what they’ll get. Most notably, the Easy difficulty is being removed. Nightmare is being moved in to the new gap. The sorts of reward equipment and number of event points someone can earn changed too.
The changes to Tales of Luminaria multiplayer boss battle mean things will look and play a bit different. The announcement noted that with the removal of Easy, Normal will be the new difficulty allowing everyone in. As for Nightmare, your Power level must be at least 10,000 to participate. With rewards, people playing on Hard could get one piece of equipment. Those on Extreme or Nightmare could get two pieces, with each one guaranteed to be different. Finally, you can get up to 1,000.000 event points, rather than only 500,000.
Other changes went into effect with the 1.2.1 Tales of Luminaria update too. There are now control guides that go over how you perform attacks. People can find these when they check the character screen, pause, or look under help. Artes swapping will be a bit easier, as it will let you go between old and new and slots. Also, Ana-Maria’s second episode is out today.
2/9 PST Release
"The Little Lady's Big Adventure"
MC: Ana-Maria (VA: Megan Shipman)
Ana-Maria: "I mean it! I've had tasty food in my
time, but nothing as good as this!"
— Tales of Luminaria // Anime Now Streaming // (@to_luminaria_en) February 8, 2022
Tales of Luminaria is available on Android and Apple iOS devices. The anime can be streamed on Crunchyroll and Funimation.