Melty Blood: Type Lumina from Delightworks is available worldwide for PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and also PC via Steam and the newest free DLC characters are out now alongside today’s update in the form of Neco Arc and Mash Kyrielight in version 1.31 on PS4, Xbox, and PC. The Switch update has been delayed to beyond August 19. Details for the standard and deluxe edition for all platforms are here. Today, Delightworks released the update and changed how character DLC works in the game. Instead of the characters being released as free DLC, they will now be included in the updates. The Melty Blood: Type Lumina Neco Arc and Mash Kyrielight update patch for all platforms have also been revealed. Watch the Melty Blood: Type Lumina Mash Kyrielight DLC gameplay trailer below:

Melty Blood: Type Lumina Neco Arc and Mash Kyrielight update patch notes

The Melty Blood: Type Lumina version 1.3.1 update patch notes are below:

  • Added playable characters “Neco-Arc” and “Mash”.
  • ・Added “A Fateful Crossroads” and “Great Cat’s Village R” stages.
  • ・Added playable characters “Dead Apostle Noel”, “Aoko Aozaki”, “Mario”, and “Powered Ciel”.
  • ・Added “Summer Sky”, “Magician’s Night EX”, “Crimson Chapel”, “Battle at the Threshold”, and “Actions in the Lower World” stages.
  • ・Added several new stories to Single Play Mode.
  • ・Made minor changes to all stories in Single Play Mode.
  • ・Fine-tuned rank displays in Network Mode.
  • ・Added higher “EX” rank above “S+” in Network Mode.
  • ・Improved rank change animations in Network Mode.
  • ・Improved search function for better matching in Network Mode.
  • ・Added useful functions such as “Frame-by-Frame” and “Rewind” to Replay Mode.
  • ・Added BGM for matches to the Training Stage.
  • ・Added new color variations for all characters.
  • ・Added new moves for all characters
  • ・Adjustments have been made to all character’s abilities.
  • ・Adjustments have been made to battle systems. The tutorial has been updated.
  • ・Other minor fixes.
  • ・The replay data version has been updated.
  •  Battle content may differ when viewing replay data from the previous version.

Melty Blood: Type Lumina cross-play for PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox

Melty Blood: Type Lumina will not support cross-play between PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.

It is going to be interesting to see what the developers add next. So far, Melty Blood: Type Lumina has gotten amazing post launch support on all platforms with free and paid DLC. I’ve been playing it on Xbox and Steam for a while now, but recently bought it on Nintendo Switch.

Melty Blood: Type Lumina is out now worldwide for PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

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