Granblue Fantasy: Versus Localisation Languages Confirmed with English & Japanese Audio

We can today unveil further details surrounding the European release of the hotly anticipated fighting game, Granblue Fantasy: Versus, as well as confirm post-launch downloadable content plans.

Planned for a Q1 2020 release, Granblue Fantasy: Versus on the PlayStation®4 will launch with English and Japanese voice-over and feature English, French, German and Spanish text localisation across all gameplay modes; including the original story found within RPG mode.

In addition to the confirmed language options available within Granblue Fantasy: Versus, we can also reveal details for post-launch DLC content. As previously announced at Granblue Fes 2019 in Japan, Granblue Fantasy: Versus will feature two Character Passes, with each adding a diverse line-up of characters from the Granblue Fantasy franchise.

The first Character Pass, entitled Character Pass 1, will add four additional characters to the base game as well as grant immediate access to the mysterious “hooded figure”, otherwise known as Chaos Bringer, who has also been revealed as the final boss within RPG mode. This mysterious character can also be unlocked upon completion of the RPG mode.

Character Pass 1 Details:

  • Chaos Bringer: One of the Astrals who invaded the Sky Realm thousands of years ago, long before the War broke out. Chaos Bringer was sealed away in Pandemonium until the fallen angel Belial released him from his forced slumber.

    Obsessed with becoming the supreme being, he wields a substance capable of slaying immortals—chaos matter. And at his beck and call is Avatar, the manifestation of destruction. Sky Realm, Astral Realm, Crimson Horizon—his hands will mold these realms into one so that he may stand above all in creation.
  • Narmaya Fightstyle: With Narmaya, players can switch between two different stances—Dawnfly and Freeflutter— each of which allow her to use different skills, for a highly technical fighting style.

  • Soriz Fightstyle: An excellent swarmer. His skills will be enhanced by activating his super skybound art. (Super skybound art is a super move that can be activated when the charge gauge is full, and HP is 30% or lower.)

  • Djeeta Fightstyle: Like Gran, Djeeta offers a simple, well-rounded play style.

  • Fifth Character: To Be Announced during Granblue Fantasy 6th Birthday live-stream in March 2020.

Details surrounding the Second Character Pass will be revealed at a later date by Cygames; but we can confirm that Belial will be made available as a playable character within this second Character Pass content.

Finally we are also happy to confirm that serial codes accessible within Granblue Fantasy: Versus will grant special bonuses in the original Granblue Fantasy game on mobile and web browser. The newly announced bonuses are as follows:

  • Clear RPG mode to get 5,000 crystals
  • Clear RPG mode on Hard difficulty to get the Vyrn Suit outfit for the main character.

* Players who already have this outfit will get 3,000 crystals instead.

Additionally, those who have purchased the DLC characters within Granblue Fantasy: Versus will also receive access to the following respective bonuses:

  • Chaos Bringer: Obtain one weapon not yet released in Granblue Fantasy early*
  • Narmaya: Special Narmaya outfit
  •  Soriz: Special Soriz outfit
  • Djeeta: Special class outfit for the main character

*This bonus can only be acquired by purchasing the related character DLC

The physical standard edition of Granblue Fantasy: Versus is now available to pre-order from selected retailers within Europe while the physical Premium Edition soon be made available to pre-order exclusively from the Marvelous Games Store for £59.99 within Europe. 

The previously announced digital editions of Granblue Fantasy: Versus, known as the Character Pass Set and Digital Deluxe Edition, will be available from the games European launch day. Further pricing details and availability for these digital editions will be confirmed at a later date; but additional details for these editions can be found here.

12 comments

  • Where’s the physical releases… I just want to secure my collector’s edition already… I’m gonna be so mad if I miss out on it coz you’re all are being vague and incompetent about the European release…

    Wija
  • Honestly, I don’t even understand this delay, is not like my language is going to be translated in the product anyway and never will (I’m Portuguese if u wondering).
    Portugal as always got the games in English since the 90’s, only very recently we get them in Portuguese,. Even when that miracle happens is a of lesser language quality(Portuguese-Brazilian). Which is so bad, we end up playing the game in English anyway!

    I don’t get it, if the game isn’t ready to be released world wide, then don’t release it at all. Let everyone wait for it till its ready to be released everywhere, stop playing favourites with America and discriminating Europe alredy… its 2020 for god sake…

    Marlon
  • So why is this discrimination happening with Europe? Language translation…? As long we have the text in english and the original voices(JP) it should be more then enough…

    Competitive wise: Evo2020 is on August, we are alredy 1 month to late receiving the game in comparison to Asia, plus 1 another month after America… why???

    Marlon
  • So why is this discrimination happening with Europe? Language translation…? As long we have the text in english and the original voices(JP) it should be more then enough…

    Competitive wise: Evo2020 is on August, we are alredy 1 month to late receiving the game in comparison to Asia, plus 1 another month after America… why???

    Marlon
  • We can’t even pre order in the PSN store… It’s idiotic!

    Sarah White

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