‘Tales of Berseria’ Demo Now Available

By Kristine Garcia , Updated Jan 12, 2017 08:49 AM EST

“Tales of Berseria” is a tale of self-discovery, adventure and redemption. Those of you who would like to try the game can do it through the officially released demos for all supported platforms.

Gamespot shares the good news for all gamers who have anticipated the release of “Tales of Berseria”. Now the game’s demo is available for download through the official Playstation store.
For those of you unfamiliar with the game, Bandai Namco has released a short summary of the game’s story. In “Tales of Berseria”, players will take control of Velvet, a kind woman, who after suffering a traumatic experience three years before the beginning of the game, has been filled with hatred and anger. The game will take you on a journey of self-discovery in which the stakes will grow ever higher as the story progresses forward.

Eurogamer shares more information on the game’s pre-order bonuses. “Tales of Berseria” can be purchased through Playstation Store and through Steam for the PC. You will get a ten percent discount on “Tales of Berseria” if you already own one of the previous titles, “Tales of Zestiria” or “Tales of Symphonia”. Pre-ordering the game on the Playstation store will give players three soundtracks to listen to and a new theme for the Playstation.

If you wonder if the newest installment in the “Tales” series is worth buying, the official Playstation page may have the answer for you. According to their overview of the product, there are series of innovations implemented in the title. The battle system has been upgraded from liner into multi-tasking, which will allow players to build up strong combos with their characters.

Together with the battle system, players will receive the eyefeast which the game’s cinematics are, together with six new heroes to explore, learn and bound with. “Tales of Berseria” will be released on 24 January for PS and 27 January for PC.

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