Tokyo Xanadu eX+ Western PlayStation 4 Release Set for December 8

Aksys Games has announced the western release date for Tokyo Xanadu eX+ on PlayStation 4.

The Falcom-developed action RPG will launch for the home console on December 8th in North America. A PC version is coming, but details are coming at a later date.

The game will come in both standard retail and digital versions on PlayStation 4, as well as a $149.99 limited edition that comes with: the game, a nine-inch deluxe White Shroud figure, a 60-page art book, the official soundtrack CD, and a Blade Card game deck.

Here’s a rundown on the game, via Aksys Games:

Aksys Games and Falcom are proud to present Tokyo Xanadu eX+; a massive action RPG! 10 years ago, a colossal earthquake devastated Tokyo and changed the lives of its inhabitants forever. The city has since been rebuilt and life has slowly returned to a semblance of normalcy. However, behind the veil of this newly rebuilt metropolis lies another world, one with a sinister secret. The earthquake that originally destroyed Tokyo was actually caused by the emergence of a mysterious and lethal shadow world known as Eclipse. Now, action must be taken to thwart the legions of Eclipse and ensure the protection of peace!

Key Features

  • New Scenarios – Enjoy unique tales of the Wielders that weren’t depicted in the main story. Once you’ve completed the game, get access to an all new quest and carry on the adventure!
  • New Playable Character, New Monsters, Dungeons and Bosses – Play as the mysterious knight, White Shroud. Brandish unrivaled strength and the powers of light to take down vile monsters and vicious bosses! Plus, new dungeons filled with fierce new monster types and giant bosses to battle!
  • New Modes: “Time Attack” and “Boss Rush” – In Time Attack, defeat various bosses that appear in the main story as quickly as possible. In Boss Rush mode, you can battle each boss one after the other.
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