Granblue Fantasy: Relink Shows Katalina, Zeta, and Yodarha in High-Octane Action

Cygames released three new trailers introducing three very different playable characters of its upcoming and highly-anticipated JRPG Granblue Fantasy: Relink

Specifically, we get to see Zeta, Yodarha, and Katalina in gameplay action aplenty.

As usual, these trailers provide a good look at how each character plays, showcasing plenty of combat against rank-and-file monsters and bosses.

We start with Zeta, who can perform chains of timed strikes with her Spear of Avress and then unleash the pain with powerful finishers.

She’s voiced by Mela Lee in English and Kana Hanazawa in Japanese. You can see the English trailer below and the Japanese one on the game’s official X (formerly Twitter) account. 

Next is Yodarha, an experienced swordsman who fights with two blades for powerful combos.

He’s voiced by Peter Kelamis in English (you can check out his performance below) and Shigeru Chiba in Japanese. The Japanese trailer is available on X (formerly Twitter).

Last, but not least, Sega Asia, which published the game in Asia, has started to release the trailers as well, starting with Katalina. Looks like it’s following its own calendar. 

She is an all-rounder who can do offense, healing, and protective skills. On top of that, she can also summon the primal beast Ares.

She’s voiced by Erica Lindbeck in English, and you can enjoy her voice below. The Japanese trailer is available on YouTube, featuring the voice of Miyuki Sawashiro.

Today’s trailers follow Incidentally, two released a few days ago focusing on Gran and Rackam, and another trio showcasing Narmaya, Io, and Siegfried.

Granblue Fantasy: Relink is will launch February 1, 2024, for PS5, PS4, and PC. If you’d like to pre-order a physical copy, you can reserve it on Amazon.

A demo ha s also just been released for PS5 and PS4. If you’re on PC, unfortunately, it seems that you’re out of luck.

The Granblue Fantasy franchise also recently got a new entry with Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising, which has been embraced by the fighting game community, giving Arc System Works’ title a new lease on life. 

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