Are you taking notes?
In a new press release, Spike Chunsoft has revealed more information about their upcoming game Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness. This update focuses on the game’s characters and the new Notebook system that will allow players to keep track of information in the game.
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness is an upcoming action RPG in which players will play the role of a Cave Raider exploring the world of the Abyss. It is set to release September 2nd, 2022. Players can choose to play through HELLO ABYSS Mode which will taken them through the anime’s story, or through DEEP IN ABYSS Mode which will play out as a fully original story.
Along with this, the new Notebook system included in the game will allow players to keep track of various aspects of their adventures.
More details on both of these features can be found below, alongside several screenshots from the title.
Original Story features Characters from Made in Abyss
In “DEEP IN ABYSS” mode, many characters from Made in Abyss appear as the story unfolds. The main character who becomes a Cave Raider grows with the help of more experienced Cave Raiders from the orphanage Nat, Shiggy, as well as help from Black Whistle Hablog and others. These familiar characters from Made in Abyss appear in the main story or are sometimes shown as having a connection to the protagonist in side quests.
As you progress to deeper layers, you may visit facilities where a White Whistle (the highest rank) resides, such as the Seeker Camp in the second layer of the Abyss, and the frontline base in the fifth layer of the Abyss There are also quests that involve the current White Whistles, Ozen and Bondrewd.
Aim to Complete your Notebook
The Notebook, which is carried by the main character, records a variety of information, including people met, relics obtained in the Abyss, and primeval creatures encountered. Primeval creatures can be recorded in the notebook by observing them through a monocular. Be cautious while using the monocular, as the field of view is limited, so it is necessary to get somewhat close to observe them.