DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate trailer showcases 'trial section' gameplay
Can you handle being an ace attorney?
A new trailer for DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate has been released, and this one focuses on the game’s trial section, where players will have to re-enact a crime to find the hints that lead to the murder. Take a look at the trial gameplay in action above.
Simple dialogue options during a trial? Objection! Rather than having players talk with suspects to uncover clues, the trial section of DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate has players fully re-enact the crime committed. The powerful AI Justicius, who oversees all the goings on in Astrum Close City, will witness the reenactment and players will receive a percentage of accuracy based on their “performance.”
In order to perform the reenactment, protagonist Hal Scion will use his “time manipulation” powers called Memory Dive. With this, Hal can access the past around the object that he touches. Players can then use this information to solve the game’s impossible murder.
An exact release date for the Switch version of DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate is yet to be announced, but the game is indeed coming our way at some point.