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Bandai Namco Announces Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn Expansion

Bandai Namco Announces Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn Expansion - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 14 September 2023 / 2,876 Views

Bandai Namco has announced the Beyond the Dawn expansion for the action RPG Tales of Arise. It will launch on November 9.

View the Tales of Arise: Beyond the Dawn expansion announcement trailer below:

Read details on the expansion below:

Sometimes a story is over, but not quite done. Over a year has passed since the conclusion of Tales of Arise, but there’s more to the story that hasn’t been told yet. Enter Tales of Arise: Beyond the Dawn, the upcoming expansion to The Game Awards 2021 RPG of the Year from Bandai Namco Entertainment. Adding over 20 hours of game content, the new expansion adds new quests, dungeons, boss fights, and an epic new story arc all within the backdrop of an evolving, beautiful fantasy world.

Tales of Arise: Beyond the Dawn begins one year after the conclusion of the original Tales of ARise. Alphen and the rest of The Six are caught between being revered as the Liberating Hero of Dahna and reviled as the Destroyer of Rights by Renans. By chance, Alphen and his party meet a young girl named Nazamil, who is the daughter of a Renan Lord and a Dhanan. Will the six be able to change the fate of the girl who will eventually fall under the curse of the mask? Explore the world again with party members who are connected together with a strong bond, experience exciting new challenges and see a world that is at once familiar yet evolved since the conclusion of the original story.

Tales of Arise: Beyond the Dawn will be presented with both English and Japanese voice-overs, with text localizations in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Neutral Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean.

Tales of Arise is available for the PlayStation 5Xbox Series X|SPlayStation 4Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012 and taking over the hardware estimates in 2017. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel. You can contact the author on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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kems (6 days ago)

I finished this game like 3 months ago, it started on top, and with every new region it was falling down (storywise and in world construction), until the last hours of the game, when it was boring as hell. It felt like they were out of time and they just throw at you 3hrs of cinematics.
Overall an amazing game, but don't feel like coming back because how unpolished were those final hours.
I would buy a tales of arise 2 tho.

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SuperRetroTurbo kems (4 days ago)

Wtf kind of review was that? You disliked an amazing game? Ok?

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kems SuperRetroTurbo (3 days ago)

I said literally it was an amazing game. If you can't criticize an aspect of something you like, it's not my fault.
The game was one of my top games until Elde Menancia, after that, slowly declines until you get meh dungeons and 2-3 hours of only boring and redundant text to finish the story.
That's why I'm not in the mood to play again. I think this dlc comes late.

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Liquid_faction (6 days ago)

A little too late tbh, this game's now two years old, now if this came 6 months after the release, then sign me up. Right now, I'd rather pay for them just put Shionne and Alphen's wedding in the game.

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Bandorr (on 14 September 2023)

I don't appreciate this is DLC and not standalone. I sold this game awhile ago. I had a lot of issues with in general but I have to re-buy it to play it is pretty bad taste in my mouth.

I miss the grade shop.

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Qwark Bandorr (6 days ago)

Cry me a river, you can just not rebuy it. You had a lot of issues with it, which are unlikely to be solved in this DLC. So I don't get why it's in poor taste, most DLC's aren't standalone to begin with.

It's still one of the best JRPG's this gen (not that it faces much competition). It's also pretty popular entry in a niece series, so I think it's not that odd that they went for it. Way better than Persona usually goes for DLC.

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Leynos Bandorr (6 days ago)

You sold a game you don't like but now cry there is DLC for it you need to own the game for. Ok then.

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Bandorr Leynos (6 days ago)

Odd reply from someone that said "this games weakness is everything".

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Leynos Bandorr (6 days ago)

Because it is. It's just not a great game. It's not a bad game just nothing about it is esp great or stands out. The main story and structure never deviate for variety. It's competent as a game but bland. Characters are overused tropes. It's perfectly playable but nothing sticks out as a strong point. It's a hot pocket of an JRPG. The better game was Scarlet Nexus.

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dane007 Leynos (4 days ago)

All games uses popular tropes. It's more fun then ff16 by a huge mile

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dane007 Bandorr (4 days ago)

What did you hate about it?

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dane007 (4 days ago)

How much will the DLC cost?

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UnderwaterFunktown (6 days ago)

Would have preferred if they just focused on the next title, the story was the game's biggest weakness imo and I doubt the DLC will do better.

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