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Lapis x Labyrinth Coming in 2019

Lapis x Labyrinth - Gamers Heroes
During the KF Games Showcase yesterday, NIS America announced that Lapis x Labyrinth will come to the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2019.

The game puts players in a hunt for treasure, smashing through both enemy hordes and traps to get what you need. Set in the labyrinth below the Golden Forest, players will customize their team with one of over 4,000 unique combinations, choose from one of eight different character classes, and dive in.

Mechanics include Fever Mode, which comes when you damage enough enemies and nets more rewards through a higher score, and synchronized attacks.

You can view the announcement trailer below:

Lapis x Labyrinth – Announcement Trailer (Nintendo Switch, PS4)

Source: Press Release
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