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As we mentioned earlier today, the first side story in Nights of Azure 2 is now available in North America and Europe. See footage from “The Foreigner in a Wonderland of Sweets” below.

Back in October, the first Nights of Azure 2 side story released in Japan. That same DLC has now been extended to North America and Europe.

In “The Foreigner in a Wonderland of Sweets”, Aluche is drafted into helping Eleanor explore the newly-discovered land to find the Legendary Cocoa Butter. The side story is triggered after you return to the hotel and speak to Eleanor about the “Wonderland of Sweets” in Chapter 3.

Even if you don’t own Nights of Azure 2, you can claim the DLC. Simply visit the eShop, search for the game, and scroll down the official page. You should see the side story listed as free. Go through the checkout process and the DLC will be yours.

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A new update is now being distributed to Nights of Azure 2 players. Assuming you’ve purchased the game, version 1.0.1 is available.

Although we don’t have official patch notes, players have picked up on a few improvements and changes. These include:

– Nights of Azure 2 now shows in your online status (previously just showed you as offline status when in-game)
– Play Time is now being recorded for the game, but any Play Time that you logged before 1.0.1 is not accounted for
– New Game Plus now removes the Day Limitation, so you no longer have to worry about a New Moon ever happening for doing side quests
– When you get to the day before a New Moon and end that day, it will indefinitely return the Moon Phase to right before a New Moon, so you can use all the days you want in any chapter for grinding and side-quests and a New Moon Game over will never happen
– This is also only available in New Game Plus, so you have to have Clear Data to gain access to this

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Nights of Azure 2 players in Japan can gain access to new DLC. A second side story for the game was released this week.

The new DLC is titled “Time Wanders Under the Azure Moon”. Costing 1,080 yen, it’s a side story in which Alushe and the others investigating a ‘flying ship that suddenly crashed onto the ruined city of Eurulm. New stages and quests are included.

The side story can be accessed once players are done with Chapter 1. It will be interspersed throughout Chapter 2-7 of the main game, acting as a supplement to the main story.

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Nights of Azure 2 players in Japan can now access the game’s first piece of DLC for free. It’s the side story “√Čtranger in the Kingdom of Sweets”.

Below are a few details:

– Aluche is drafted into helping Eleanor, one of her Lilies and a master chocolatier
– Explore the recently discovered Kingdom of Sweets in order to find the ‘Legendary Cocoa Butter’
– Can be accessed any time after Chapter 3 of the main story has been completed
– Players have to talk to Eleanor about the Kingdom of Sweets and advance the story by entering the hotel lobby afterwards

This DLC is not yet live in the west. If / when it’s made available in North America and Europe, we’ll let you know.

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Nights of Azure 2 launch trailer

Posted on 4 weeks ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 3 Comments | 0 Likes

Koei Tecmo has released a launch trailer for Nights of Azure 2, which is making its debut in North America and Europe. We have the video below.

The English version of Nights of Azure 2 is now available. Check out an hour of footage showing the game on Switch below.

For Nights of Azure 2, Koei Tecmo worked with NIS America on a limited edition version. See the full contents unboxed below.

Koei Tecmo has posted on their official YouTube channel a new trailer for Nights of Azure 2. You can watch it below.

The game launches October 27.

Updated Nights of Azure 2 boxart

Posted on 1 month ago by (@NE_Brian) in Images, Switch | 8 Comments | 0 Likes

Koei Tecmo has updated the western boxart for Nights of Azure 2 ahead of release. Various retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy, show the updated packaging image.

Here’s the previous one for comparison:

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