Melty Blood Type Lumina

Melty Blood: Type Lumina Reveals New Character Red Arcueid With New Trailer & Screenshots

Type-moon released a trailer of its upcoming fighting game Melty Blood: Type Lumina, which will soon launch both in Japan and in the west.

Type-moon released a brand new trailer of its upcoming fighting game Melty Blood: Type Lumina, which will soon launch both in Japan and in the west.

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The trailer focuses on a brand new playable character who will appear in the game, Red Arcueid.

You can check the new trailer out below alongside an official description of the character from the developer and a few screenshots.

“Due to the effects of coming back from a “certain accident,” her vampiric impulses and overwhelming desires have taken over.

Driven by instinct, she arrives in a lowly human city.

Controlled by pure emotion, her actions and words are quite dangerous, but her underlying personality remains mostly unchanged.

The only big difference is her increased selfishness and changed attitude toward humans.”

Melty Blood: Type Lumina will release worldwide on September 30, 2021, for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam. you can check out the original announcement, an earlier trailerplenty of screenshots, the introduction of Shiki Tohno, that of Kouma Kishima, the video focusing on Arcueid Brunestud the trailer showcasing Cielthe promotion video for Akiha Tohno, the video focusing on Hisui, one on Kohakuone showing off their tag teamthe reveal of Miyako Arima, the announcement featuring Noelthat of Michael Roa Valdamjong, and the introduction of Vlov Arkhangel.

We also got two gameplay videos featuring matches between Shiki and Ciel, more showing Akiha versus Arcueid, another pair featuring Hisui vs. Kohaku, one showcasing Noel vs. Roa, and one featuring Miyako vs. Vlov.

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