The DioField Chronicle: Free Demo Now Available

Try the game now.
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A free consumer demo for the new strategy role-playing game The DioField Chronicle is now available. It can be played on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.

The demo allows players to experience the entire Chapter 1 of the game. They can expect to see fast-paced and action-packed combat which uses small squads composed of different unit types having unique battlefield roles in a sprawling campaign.

If you liked playing the demo and got excited to play the full game, you’ll be happy to know that pre-orders are now open on all platforms. You can also pre-order the Collector’s Edition Set which not only has the Standard Edition game package but also the Collector’s Goods Box, which has The DioField Chronicle Board Game and a Four Pins Set. Pre-order the game here.

The Story

The DioField Chronicle offers players a unique and beautiful world that mixes fantasy with medieval and modern-day influences. The game tells the story of the Kingdom of Alletain on DioField Island. Due to the steady hand provided by the Shaytham dynasty, the kingdom has experienced peace for two centuries. However, things are starting to change, and the kingdom is plunged into an age of uncertainty due to the rise in warlike powers as well as modern magic.

The Kingdom of Alletain is known to be rich in Jade. This mineral is highly prized for its use as a base ingredient in magic and sorcery. Because of this, the attention of the Empire and the Alliance are now focused on the island.

In the game, players take control of a group of elite mercenaries that call themselves the “Blue Fox.”

A Good Team

What makes the storyline of the game compelling and immersive is all thanks to the skilled and experienced development team. There are also unique character designs made by Taiki (Lord of Vermilion III, Lord of Vermilion IV). Players are sure to appreciate the concept art done by Isamu Kamikokuryo (Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy XIII). Finally, there is the orchestrated music made by world-renowned composers Ramin Djawadi and Brandon Campbell, known best for their work on the Game of Thrones.

The DioField Chronicle is launching on September 22.

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