17 Sep 2021 1:43 PM +00:00

Melty Blood Type Lumina: Release Date, Trailer, Character Roster & More

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Melty Blood developers Type-Moon have been steadily promoting Melty Blood Type Lumina before its release this coming September 2021. Fans have long been waiting for this release for almost two decades. Here's what we know about Melty Blood Type Lumina's release this 2021.

Melty Blood Type Lumina Release Date

According to the trailers that Type-Moon is releasing lately, Melty Blood Type Lumina is scheduled for release on September 30, 2021. Its release will be second of the new wave of fighting games that has rollback netcode support. Many fans are looking to play this title online due to this new feature doing well for Guilty Gear Strive from Arc System Works.

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Melty Blood Type Lumina Trailers

As seen on Type-Moon's official Youtube channel, the developers have been releasing a steady stream of new Melty Blood Type Lumina trailers. Since July, Type-Moon has been revealing at least two character trailers per week. More characters may be revealed for this title soon as the game's release date closes in. For now, here's the release announcement trailer to give you a better look at the game.

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Melty Blood Type Lumina Character Roster

So far, Type-Moon has released these trailers for its characters. Many of these character reveals are familiar faces from the older titles. Here's some trailers released for the initial roster of this title:

  1. Shiki Tohno
  2. Kouma Kishima
  3. Arcueid Brunestud
  4. Ciel
  5. Akiha Tohno
  6. Hisui & Kohaku
  7. Hisui
  8. Kohaku
  9. Miyako Arima
  10. Noel
  11. Michael Roa Valdamjong
  12. Vlov Arkhangel
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So far, we've yet to know how many characters will the initial roster the developers give to Melty Blood Type Lumina. We'll update you on all the developments here.

Melty Blood Type Lumina Characters
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Melty Blood Type Lumina will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC through Steam.

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