Type-Moon Games has recently released a new trailer for Ciel which features a duel between her and Shiki Tohno. Other than their fight, the game's Heads-Up Display during battle and other gameplay options. Here's what we got from the latest Ciel trailer for Melty Blood: Type Lumina
Melty Blood: Type Lumina Ciel Vs Shiki Tohno Trailer
As seen on the official trailer on Youtube, the first gameplay video of Melty Blood: Type Lumina has been shown in this reveal. The first fight revealed most of the fighting game's systems and how the Heads-Up Display looks. So far, the game's HUD looks clean and the fight showcased the moveset of both characters.
So far, Ciel and Shiki Tohno have good moves which also look similar from their movesets from their previous games.
How Battles Go According To Gameplay Trailer
The trailer also showcased some of the gameplay of the game. So far, the game starts standardly with both characters starting at an equal distance at the center of the screen. While the fight goes crazy from that point on, there are some takeaways from how the game system works in this fighting game.
Both players can stack up their Moon Drive gauge which is seen on the lower right of the character's portrait. Unlike most resources positioned near the character's face in fighting games, the Moon Drive can be used many times within a match as long as it is consistently filled up.
Additionally, losing a round in Melty Blood: Type Lumina grants your character with one filled up EX bar and ups your character's meter from three bars to four. Players can use this as they see fit to help them take the lead and win the next round.
What Else Is Revealed
Other than these two characters, the trailer also showcases the fighting game's character interactions while fighting. Before the match, players can see the characters interacting while their Japanese dialogue is dubbed with English subtitles. This style is reminiscent of Arc System Works' BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle but more personable in between characters and their foes in Melty Blood Type Lumina.
However, the dialogue in between characters will be mostly in Japanese as seen in the trailer's last messages. However, the game will also have support for the other languages such as English, Chinese (Simplified/Traditional), and Korean.
For now, we'll have to wait for more trailers to know more about the characters and reveals about Melty Blood: Type Lumina