AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind and AeternoBlade head to PC September 8

AeternoBlade II: Director's Rewind

Developer Corecell Technology have announced the release date for AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind and AeternoBlade on Windows PC.

Both hack and slash games grant the player time-manipulation powers to solve puzzles, befuddle foes, and save the land. AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind also includes additional content and improvements to the game.

Six pieces of DLC will also come to the game, with the Steam page Mature Content Description noting “DLCs may contain risqué outfits.” One of the DLC will be a swimsuit costume.

You can find an abridged rundown on both games (via Steam [1, 2]) below.

[AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind]

Welcome Back to the World of Aeternoblade.

Reclaim the power of time and defy the abyss in this sequel to the fast-paced action/puzzle platformer game of Time-Manipulation Combat. AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind expects a lot out of you. Combats, puzzles, or both demand a good understanding of game mechanics, robust strategies, quick reflexes, and practices to pull off. Be prepared to spend hours of mastering both martial and time-manipulation arts to solve mind-bending puzzles and defeat merciless hoards of enemies.

After the event of AeternoBlade. Freyja has been living a peaceful life with her friends at the Ridgerode village. One day, The dimension begins to unstable and the existence of this reality seems to be disappeared. It is the cause of her actions to change the world lines. To fix this, her journey begins once again. On the other side of the world, two warriors, Bernard and Felix. Head to Anan Fortress according to the order from the King of Chronosian Kingdom’s to stop the disaster that will destroy the kingdom to have occurred from a strange dark hole appeared in the sky, their fate exists will be revealed in AeternoBlade II.


AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind vs AeternoBlade II

AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind is a major upgrade from the original version of AeternoBlade II.

  • New and improved time-combat synergies.
  • Revised combat move sets
  • Enhanced and alternate powers introduced to the three AeternoBlades.
  • Revamped levels, encounters, puzzles to improve game flow.
  • New areas, relics, and secrets yet to be discovered.
  • Improved NPC and Monsters’ Behaviors


AeternoBlade is a hack-and-slash fast-paced action game featuring with World Exploration, RPG elements, Time-manipulation abilities to solve puzzles and to defeat your foes.

Long ago, when the world was ruled by darkness. Alwesia region, a cruel continent where humans must fight and struggle in order to survive,
stood Beladim, Lord of the Mist, Commander of the Army of Darkness. It has been said that Beladim cannot be killed by any means. Those who oppose and challenge this immortal all become a feast for him and his heartless army. He has razed and destroyed everything he set foot upon.

Freyja, the girl who had her village, Ridgerode destroyed, travels with an unknown weapon called the ‘AeternoBlade’. Freyja looks to take revenge on Beladim. Her vengeance is aided by Vernia, a mysterious witch. Vernia taught Freya about the potential of the AeternoBlade. Freyja obtained the true power of the AeternoBlade with the advice of “Bernard”, the man who had been imprisoned in the Everlasting Void. With that, she can travel back in time before Beladim destroyed her village to save it and have her vengeance once and for all.

AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind is available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and September 8th on Windows PC (via Steam).

AeternoBlade is available on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and September 8th on Windows PC (via Steam).

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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