Tales of Arise Walkthrough and Strategy Guide Page containing all main storyline walkthroughs, side quests, boss guides, character guides, collectibles, enemy lists, artes list, best weapons, best equipment, strategy guides, game databases, cheats, tips and tricks, post-game unlockables, new game plus unlockables, news and updates, and more. Tales of Arise is a single-player, action role-playing game developed by Bandai Namco Studios and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.
News and Updates
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Demo Version Walkthrough
|▼Demo Version Walkthrough|
|Demo Walkthrough||Demo Save Data and Rewards|
Main Story Walkthroughs
|Caliagla Region Walkthroughs|
|Prologue: Mosgul – Sandinus Ravine||Ulzebek – Fagan Ruins|
|Kyrd Garrison – Glanymede Castle|
|Cyslodia Region Walkthroughs|
|Ulvhan Grotto – White Silver Pains||Messia 224 – Nevira Snowplains|
|Cysloden – Riville Prison Tower|
Elde Menancia Region
|Elde Menancia Region Walkthroughs|
|Frozen Valley – Overseer Hill||Trasilda Highway – Viscint|
|Gilanne Woodland – Razum Quarry||Autelina Palace (Revisit)|
Mahag Saar Region
|Mahag Saar Region Walkthroughs|
|Talka Pond – Mount Dhiara Mountain Trail||Niez – Aqfotle Hills|
|Este Luvah Forest – Adan Ruins||Mobile Fortress Gradia|
Ganath Haros Region
|Ganath Haros Region Walkthroughs|
|Tuah Seashore – Shinefall Woods||Aureum Falls – Lavtu Marshlands|
|Peregion – Del Fharis Castle|
To Rena Region
|To Rena Region Walkthroughs|
|Pelegion (Revisit) – Forland Mountains||The Wedge|
Main Story Bosses
|Lord Balseph||Lord Ganabelt|
|▼All Gigant Zeugles|
Demo Version Zeugles
|▼All Demo Version Zeugles|
|▼All Zeugle Types|
|Aerial Zeugles||Armor Zeugles|
|Charging Zeugles||Fleet-Footed Zeugles|
|Game Editions||Game Difficulty|
|Game Controls||Permanent Events|
|Demo Save Data and Rewards||How to Upgrade to PS5 version|
|Beginner’s Guide||Battle System|
|Tips for Combat||Status and Parameters|
|Elemental Types||Physical Ailments|
|Post-Game Unlockables||New Game Plus Unlockables|
|All Weapons||All Armor|
|All Accessories||All Artifacts|
|All Outfits or Costumes||–|
|All Artes||All Perks|
|All Boost Attacks||All Titles|
|All Accessory Bonus Skills||All Party Tactics|
|All Consumables||All Materials|
|All Crafting Materials||All Fishes|
|All Cooking Recipes||–|
Tales of Arise is a single-player, action role-playing game developed by Bandai Namco Studios and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. It is the seventeenth main entry of the Tales series and it follows Tales of Berseria, the previous entry that launched last August 18, 2016, for the PlayStation 3 and January 24, 2017, for the PlayStation 4 and PC.
Tales of Arise was originally scheduled for a 2020 release but was delayed due to quality issues. Also, the change of schedule was influenced by new platforms such as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. Tales of Arise will come out this September 10, 2021, for all console platforms both physical and digital.
The game aims to target veterans, fans, and newcomers to the JRPG series. The same development team from Tales of Berseria also worked for Tales of Arise. Among those who returned to work in this game is Minoru Iwamoto. He previously worked as an artist for Tales of Zestiria and Tales of Berseria and is now a character designer and art director for Tales of Arise.
Tales of Arise’s main story takes place between two planets called Rena and Dahna. Rena has ruled over Dahna by pillaging the planet’s resources and stripping its people from their dignity and freedom. While under enslavement, Rena divided the Dahna through walls and let lords rule over them.
The game begins with two main characters Alphen and Shionne, who came from each planet, wanting to change their fate and liberate their people. Shionne can use the power of astral artes and lets Alphen wield the Blazing Sword that she can create. They are joined by other characters namely Rinwell, Law, Kisara, and Dohalim il Qaras along the way and helps them create a new future for both planets.
Tales of Arise features returning gameplay systems from previous titles with a fresh take. Here is a quick rundown of Tales of Arise’s unique gameplay experience:
Similar to previous titles, you can explore certain areas in the game while traveling from one major location to another. You can pick up items from chests, plants, and other objects of interest. A new feature introduced is swimming, where you can pick up more objects in shallow waters.
An updated version of the Linear Motion Battle System (LMBS) is implemented in Tales of Arise. In this game, three ground artes and three aerial artes can be set by the player. While the player simultaneously presses these set artes, an additional three ground and three aerial artes can be used when a character leaps. Post-battle field chats will replace the post-battle victory quotes happening on the battlefield.
As you progress through the game, characters will gain new titles and can be attached to five nodes. Each node can grant a new arte, skill, or a permanent stat boost.
Tales of Arise – Lifestyle Feature
Tales of Arise – Opening Animation Trailer
Tales of Arise – Summer Game Fest Trailer
Tales of Arise – Release Date Trailer
Tales of Arise – Announcement Trailer
|Title||Tales of Arise (WW)|
|Genre||Single-player / Action / Role-playing|
|Platform and System||PlayStation 4 / Xbox One / PlayStation 5 / Xbox Series X|S / PC via Steam|
|Developer||Bandai Namco Studios|
|Publisher||Bandai Namco Entertainment|
|Release date||September 10, 2021 (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam)|