Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon is now available on Steam

KOEI Tecmo announced today the release of Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon on Steam. Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon takes place in the fictional demon infested and ruined city of Eurulm. The story focuses on a knight named Aluche and her two childhood friends-Liliana, a kind-hearted priestess, and Ruenheid, a holy knight of the Lourdes Order.

While escorting Liliana, Aluche is ambushed and killed only to later awaken as a half-demon at the hands of the New Curia-a religious organization with dark ties. Therefore, Aluche must now save Liliana and continue her journey, meeting new characters with their own mysterious pasts. Together with here new allies, she will have to reveal the truth behind the shadows shrouding the world and become motivated to uncover the shocking truth behind the mysterious Queen of the Moon.

Moreover, new allies will Assist Aluche with her quest, including her fellow companion, Ruenheid; the mysterious New Curian doctor, Camilla Alucard; Aluche’s role model and ex-Curian Knight, Muveil Folin Lou; a half-demon assassin named Veruschka and the powerful Nightlord, Arnice.

Human companions are not the only allies in the war against the Moon Queen. Aluche is also able to forge contracts with reliable, friendly, demons known as Servans. These Servans are classed into two categories: Strikers, who are used specifically for their strong attacks and ability to transform into weapons, and Trickers. They include her long-time friend, Nero; the electrifying mutt, Scharf; the fairy-like companion, Feuille; the Shikigami-wielding Kaede; the beautiful butterfly, Farfalla; the shadowy fiend, Hexer; and the dolphin-shaped Perle.

Last but not least, the game comes with a 10% discount until October 31st.

Enjoy!

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