The DioField Chronicle Walkthrough and Strategy Guide Page containing all main storyline walkthroughs, main quests and sub-quests, boss guides, character unit guides and builds, best units, best abilities and skills, best weapons and accessories, best summons, strategy guides, tips and tricks, post-game unlockables, new game plus unlockables, game databases, cheats, tips and tricks, news and updates, and more. The DioField Chronicle is a single-player, real-time tactics role-playing game developed by Square Enix and Lancarse, and published by Square Enix for the Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, and Steam.
News and Updates
|▼News and Updates|
Main Story Walkthroughs
|▼Main Story Walkthroughs|
|Chapter 1: Way of Life||Chapter 2: A Stronghold Breached|
|Chapter 3: Ashes and Glory||Chapter 4: Close-Kept Secrets|
|Chapter 5||Chapter 6|
|Chapter 6||Post-Game Unlockables|
|New Game Plus||–|
Chapter 1 Battles
|▼Chapter 1 Mission Battles|
|Rescue Mission||End the Bandit Menace|
|Redditch Estate Recon||Coswell Volcano Expedition|
|The Horace Threat||Central Knights’ Exercises|
|Escort the Archbishop||–|
Chapter 2 Battles
|▼Chapter 2 Mission Battles|
|Stop the Swarm||End the Aardwolves|
|Manhunt: Hadi Solbey||East Field Engagement|
|Defend Teggaria Base||–|
Chapter 3 Battles
|▼Chapter 3 Mission Battles|
|Escort the Priests||Defend Duke Hende|
|Battle at Grost Crypt||Quell the Riots|
Chapter 4 Battles
|▼Chapter 4 Mission Battles|
|Survey for Jade||Quell the Riots Again|
|Rescuing Catherine||Go to the South|
|Kill the Traitor||–|
Chapter 1 Bosses
|▼Chapter 1 Bosses|
|Gigas Boss Guide||Fenrir Boss Guide|
Chapter 2 Bosses
|▼Chapter 1 Bosses|
|? boss||? boss|
All Class Types
|▼All Unit Class Types|
|Soldier Class||Cavalier Class|
|Sharpshooter Class||Magicker Class|
Soldier Class Units
|▼All Soldier Class Characters|
|Andrias Rhondarson (Dagger)||Izelair Wigan (Sword & Shield)|
|Donovar Sullion (Axe)||Catherine (Sword & Shield)|
Cavalier Class Units
|▼All Cavalier Class Characters|
|Fredret Lester (Lance)||Castevere Bunnow (Lance)|
|Zoruaq Wigan (Claw)||Chappleman (Claw)|
Sharpshooter Class Units
|▼All Sharpshooter Class Characters|
|Iscarion Colchester (Bow)||Rickenback Madea (Bow)|
|Umarida Bareas (Firearm)||Tremina Umbert (Firearm)|
Magicker Class Units
|▼All Magicker Class Characters|
|Waltaquin Redditch (Staff)||Shivat Malzin (Wand)|
|Estalt Yewfare (Staff)||Hezeliah Shaytham (Wand)|
|▼All Non-Playable Characters|
|Lorraine Lucksaw||William Hende|
|Yulzim Yorden||Zevatian Schugel|
|▼All Beginner Guides|
|Game Editions||DLC List and Information|
|Version Differences||PC System Requirements|
|How Long to Beat||Is There Multiplayer?|
|Does Demo Progress Carry Over?||Is There Permadeath?|
|How to Claim Pre-Order Bonuses||How to Transfer Demo Save Data|
|Game Difficulty||Game Controls|
|Gameplay Features||Permanent Events|
|Tips and Tricks for Early Game||Battle System|
|Attributes Guide||Weapon Types|
|Skill Types Guide||Status Effects Guide|
|Tips for Combat||Post-Game Unlockables|
|New Game Plus (NG+) Guide|
|Dagger Weapon List||Sword and Shield Weapon List|
|Axe Weapon List||Lance Weapon List|
|Bow Weapon List||Firearm Weapon List|
|Claw Weapon List||Staff Weapon List|
|Wand Weapon List||–|
|Hat Accessory List||Bracelet Accessory List|
|Boot Accessory List||Necklace Accessory List|
|Ring Accessory List||–|
|Shop Ranks List||Weapon Development Ranks List|
|Meal Ranks List||Skill Tree Ranks List|
|Magilumic Orb Research Ranks List||–|
|Item List||Material List|
|Magilumic Orb List||–|
|Soldier Ability List||Cavalier Ability List|
|Sharpshooter Ability List||Magicker Ability List|
|Dagger Skill List||Sword and Shield List|
|Axe Skill List||Lance Skill List|
|Bow Skill List||Firearm Skill List|
|Claw Skill List||Staff Skill List|
|Wand Skill List||–|
Square Enix Game Guides
Final Fantasy Series
|▼All Final Fantasy Guides|
|Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin||Final Fantasy VII|
|Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade||Final Fantasy X / X-2|
|Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age||Final Fantasy XV|
|Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered||–|
|▼All Mana Series Guides|
|Trials of Mana Remake||Echoes of Mana|
The DioField Chronicle (ディオフィールド クロニクル), is a single-player, real-time tactics role-playing game developed by Square Enix and Lancarse. The game is published by Square Enix for the Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, and Steam. It is a new JRPG property featuring real-time tactics gameplay with cutting-edge graphics.
The game was announced last March 2022. The development was composed of staff members from Square Enix and Lancarse led by Hirata Shigeyuki (Square Enix), Kumagai Takahiro (Square Enix), and Fukui Hirofumi (Lancarse).
The DioField Chronicle aims to birth a new simulation RPG with beautiful graphics for both its story and its gameplay experience. The game’s battle system is similar to strategic, real-time battle games like Total War, XCOM, and Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun. While its base camp and army development systems are reminiscent of the Fire Emblem titles, including Three Houses, Triangle Strategy, and Valkyria Chronicles.
The DioField Chronicle is set in a fictional war-torn continent, where the Kingdom of Alletain sits in between the conflict of the Trovelt-Schoevian Empire and the Rowetale Alliance. After the Alliance is defeated by the Empire, the latter now sets its sights to conquer the Kingdom.
The game centers on the playable characters of the Blue Foxes, a mercenary group composed of Andrias Rhondarson, Fredret Lester, Izelair Wigan, Iscarion Colchester, and Waltaquin Redditch. The mercenary group will grow over time and new recruit will join.
The DioField Chronicle shares elements from other turn-based and real-time tactics RPGs while having its own new and unique gameplay systems as well. Here is a quick summary of The DioField Chronicle’s unique gameplay:
Real-Time Tactical Battles
The game features battles that play out in real time. Unlike turn-based tactical battles, you issue orders to your units simultaneously and change decisions in split seconds in order to adapt and secure a victory. There is no grid-based movement but units move through a waypoint within the map.
You command four active units during a battle and assign the remaining ones as adjutants. The adjutants can carry over their active skills to the active unit they are partnered with.
In addition, you can use summons like Bahamut and Goldhorne to assist you in clearing your mission. These summon are obtained through Magilumic Orbs and their assistance can be in the form of damage or healing.
A battle can be in the form of defeating enemies, defending a stronghold, escorting an ally, or capturing strategic points on a map.
While playing the main story, you will have an assigned base camp to explore called the Elm Camp. There are facilities also available for practice battles, buying consumables, weapons, and accessories, and enhancing active skills and passive abilities. As you progress through the main story, your base camp will develop and more facilities will be unlocked.
Through Sub Quests, you will have a chance to interact with your units stationed within your headquarters and get to know them better.
You can also upgrade your mercenary unit rank in order to avail yourself of discounts, unlock new weapons, and other bonus effects in battle. Upgrade your rank through clearing quests.
As mentioned earlier, your headquarters will feature facilities that will assist in the growth of your units. Learn new skills by buying weapons. Enhance the stats and attributes of your units by purchasing new gear and accessories from the Elm Camp Shop.
Upgrade the active skills of your units through the Elm Camp’s Institute. Gain and exchange Skill Points (SP) to upgrade active skills.
Enhance your units’ passive abilities through the Unit Ability feature. Gain and exchange Ability Points (AP) to unlock new abilities or upgrade them.
The DioField Chronicle – Demo Announcement Trailer
The DioField Chronicle – Release Date Trailer
The DioField Chronicle – Debut Trailer
|Title||The DioField Chronicle (WW)|
|Genre||Single-player / Real-time Tactics / Tactical role-playing|
|Platform and System||Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, and Steam|
|Developer||Square Enix and Lancarse|
|Release date||September 20, 2022 (Early Day Access), September 22, 2022 (All Platforms)|