If you’ve been looking for a better look at Akiba’s Beat, we’ve got just what you need.

First up, we get a look at character art for Saki’s familiar Pinkun, as well as some characters that were previously introduced, but only now further detailed. For example, we now know that Riyu is also known as Rippyon to her idol followers, and that she does mini-concerts and meet-and-greets with her fans in Akihabara. We also learned that Yamato is a high-schooler who looks like a middle-schooler, and that he sees the delusions occur right in front of him.

Then there’s some introductions, which come in the form of the a pink-cloaked man, and an example of one of the monsters you’ll encounter. They both appear regularly in areas marred with delusions, and their origins are shrouded in mystery.

That’s it for character art, but that’s certainly not all there is to share – we’ve also got over twenty screenshots from the game to show you as well (likely taken from the PlayStation 4 version due to the sizes).

Plus, here’s a (silent) bit of gameplay for you to check out, showing off the city;

Akiba’s Beat is set to hit Japan this Fall, and North America this Winter.

  • Maru Krisis

    So much hype. Though this is very different from Akiba’s Trip, I’m very excited for another dungeon crawleresque came with a really bright color palette!

  • Buckybuckster

    Looks good with quicker and more interesting combat. I wonder if the monotone styling of the NPCs within the city has any sort of significance?