Equipped with new 99,999,999 level caps.
Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny is the latest entry into the cult-loving tactical game of Nippon Ichi Software, the developer, heading to Switch on June 29th.
Six years have passed since Disgaea 5 debuted on PlayStation 4 (since it has moved to Switch and PC), and Disgaea 6 has undergone some notable changes. The most obvious is a new art style that trades fascinating 2D character sprites. Old 3D model.
Disgaea 6 follows the adventures of the new protagonist Zett, a teenage zombie to defeat the mighty god. Guided by one of the game’s most important mechanical additions is his unique ability known as Super Reincarnation.
Every time Zett is defeated by the God of Destruction, he is super reborn in the new Netherworld. This will bring his level back to 1, but decisively, he will maintain his strength and gain the karma he spends on improving his stats and skills, including those that normally do not increase, such as movement and counterattack. ..
The result of all this is that when combined with the new 99,999,999 level cap, it can be very strong even at low levels. Indeed, Japan’s number one says that characters can now do more than 10,000,000,000,000,000 damage.
Elsewhere, a new auto-battle system can be deployed with what is called demon intelligence. This allows players to automate the skills used against specific enemies. In addition, a new auto-repeat feature is combined with a new high-speed mode that allows players to speed up the same level multiple times as they grind towards its huge level cap.
For more information on the various additional features of Disgaea 6, such as oversized units and the new juice bar used to share EXP with characters who weren’t in combat, visit the Disgaea website.
Series fans will be able to embark on the latest tactical number of orgies with the arrival of Disgaea 6 on Switch on June 29th.