Originally revealed in a State of Play showcase, strategy RPG The DioField Chronicle from Square Enix is out now worldwide for Steam, Switch, PS5, PS4, and Xbox platforms. Read my review of the PC version here and Switch version here. Today, Square Enix announced a major free update coming to the game in March 2023 bringing in a new difficulty mode, story content featuring Waltaquin Redditch, and more. The DioField Chronicle March 2023 update will also add a new mode once you complete the game to enable high level enemies from chapter 1. Check out the trailer below for this update:

The DioField Chronicle March 2023 update contents

Full details for this update are here.

The DioField Chronicle demo download

Check it out on PS5/PS4 here, Nintendo Switch here, Steam here, and Xbox here.

The DioField Chronicle demo save transfer

You can transfer the save to the full version.

The Diofield Chronicle Digital Deluxe Edition

The Diofield Chronicle Digital Deluxe Edition is priced at $74.99 and it includes the following:

  • The DioField Chronicle base game
  • Weapon: Knight’s Spear
  • Accessory: Mystical Ring
  • Original Soundtrack
  • Digital Artbook
  • Early Purchase Bonus
  • 2 Days Early Access
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The Diofield Chronicle Collector’s Edition Set for PS5, Switch, PS4, and Xbox

This is Square Enix store exclusive and priced at $169.99. It includes the following:

  • The Diofield Chronicle physical game. 
  • The DioField Chronicle Board Game – a competitive board game set in the world of the video game, The DioField Chronicle.
  • The DioField Chronicle Pin Set – a set of pins with four different coat of arms designs, each representing the Rowetale Alliance, Granvell Order, Blue Fox Mercenaries, and the Schoevian Empire.

The Diofield Chronicle is out now worldwide for PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox, and Steam.

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