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The story begins
The main character joins the Belchero Orphanage as a young “Bell” Cave Raider. For lessons and training, the main character joins the three other students, Raul, a boy who is always full of energy, the calm and discreet Tiare, and Dorothea, a bit airheaded. A few months later, the four finally see the day of their first exploration as “Red Whistles”, but here they are already confronted with the harsh reality of the Abyss…
The game cycle
In “Deep in Abyss” mode, players will challenge the Abyss as a new Cave Raider. While enjoying an original story, advance through main quests, collect relics and complete various quests to earn rewards such as money and experience to develop your character. As you accumulate experience, the level of the Cave Raider will increase and the player can challenge deeper levels of the Abyss.
Prepare for the Raid / The City of Orth
In the city of Orth, the base of the Cave Raiders, prepare to challenge the Abyss by undertaking quests and purchasing necessities for your raid. As a “Red Whistle” apprentice, you will primarily receive your missions from Jiruo at the Belchero Orphanage, but as your Whistle level increases, the number of missions you can receive will also increase. The municipality of Orth has the following facilities.
- Guild HQ – This is the headquarters of the organization that provides work for the Cave Raiders. Various quests can be accepted.
- Supply store – A store that sells essentials for underground raids. In addition to pickaxes, clothing and consumables are sold here.
- Valuation of relics – A shop that appraises and buys relics brought back from the Abyss. Get money and experience here.
- Laffi’s shop – A spice store run by Hablog’s wife, Laffi. Buy food and spices here.
Raid on the Abyss
The main objectives in the Abyss are Main Quests where an original story takes place, Guild Quests accepted at Guild HQ, and Relic Collection. The main character has three attributes: “physical strength”, “fullness” and “stamina”. Fullness and stamina are reduced during action. Stamina recovers automatically, but to regain fullness you will need to eat. It is important to eat regularly to maintain satiety, as stamina cannot be restored while satiety is at zero.
—Raiding the Abyss involves avoiding dangers such as ferocious creatures and unstable terrain. When defeated by a large creature, they give a devastating “game-over” performance.
In addition to the three statuses, the player must consider many other factors while raiding the Abyss, including the surrounding environment, main character’s health, amount of food left, tool durability, and weight. furniture. The player must pay attention to these factors and act appropriately whether they decide to continue the raid, return to the surface, and sometimes even report.
– Carrying too much will greatly reduce movement speed and cost the ability to exploit or attack.
After reaching its objective in the Abyss, the Raider must return to the surface. However, the further the Raider descends, the more intense the effects of “The Curse of the Abyss”, physical and mental burdens, become as they return to the surface. The Raider may vomit, experience a significant decrease in satiety, or have blood spurt from his body, causing his satiety and stamina to decrease. In addition to “Curse of the Abyss”, they may be attacked by creatures, the terrain may have changed, or features that were present on the way down may not be available on the way back, forcing them to find a different return path.
Made in Abyss: A Binary Star Falling into Darkness is set to release on PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam on September 1 in Japan and September 2 in North America and Europe.