Touhou Azure Trilogy is a fighting video game (based on its elements from the Touhou fighting video games) in the Touhou series. This fighting game is for the PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. This fighting video game has been released on November 1, 2019.
The gameplay of Touhou Azure Trilogy is similar to that of the Marvel vs. Capcom franchise and Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball FighterZ. Using Spell cards act in the same behavior as super attacks. Up to two players can now battle it out by using more than one character. During gameplay from other fighting games in the Touhou series, it has a new feature called "Azure Rage". It is a new power-up where it boosts the player's attack and defense power for a short amount of time. It also enhances all of the special moves and Spell Cards, too. In Story Mode, the player can battle throughout the land of Gensokyo, completing the chapters and defeating the corrupted Angel herself, Faye (who appears from the MMORPG game, League of Angels III) who holds the Scarlet Crystal that turns her into a corrupted version of Bartoli, making it one of the two transformations as the final boss. When defeating Bartoli, Konngara will appear in front of her and try to remove the Scarlet Crystal from her in order to prevent further corruption, but immediately fails as the permanent transformation rages as Bartoli threatens to use the "Scarlet Prison" signature move as a spell card to trap Konngara and absorb her to become even stronger than ever, whom Reimu and Marisa (in their Princess forms) must defeat. In Arcade Mode, the player can battle through eight stages, with Yukkuri Reimu serving as the sub-boss of the ninth stage and corrupted versions of Faye and Bartoli, with Konngara serving as Faye's partner on the tenth and final stage. This mode features the ranking meter. Winning a round raises the grade by 0.2 (0.4 upon delivering the final blow to an opponent using a Spell Card, 0.6 upon finishing a round in 60 seconds or less, 0.8 upon either getting a first attack or a perfect win and 1.0 upon getting a first attack and a perfect win). Only the highest ranking level gets shown. Players can still continue upon losing, but the ranking lowers by 0.5, any consecutive continues upon losing lowers the ranking by 1.0. This ranking meter varies the grade level as it follows upon the completion of Arcade mode: E (0.2-1.0) → D (1.1-2.0) → C (2.1-3.0) → B (3.1-4.0) → A (4.1-5.0) → One Star (5.1-6.0) → Two Stars (6.1-7.0) → Three Stars (7.1-8.0) → Rainbow Star (8.1-9.0). In Versus Mode, players can battle it out in 1-3 on 1-3 battles. The player can even battle the computer player and watch two computer players go head-to-head. In Ghost Battle, the player can defeat many Ghost characters to unlock various items or Gensokyo coins to spend at the shop. In Training mode, the player can freely practice combos against an AI-Controlled Computer player, and also complete training missions in that mode. In Online Mode, an internet connection and a Nintendo Online Membership card are both required for players to play online.
- Story Mode
- Arcade Mode (3 on 3)
- Versus (3-9 on 3-9)
- 1P vs. CPU
- 1P vs. 2P
- CPU vs. CPU
- Online Versus (3-9 on 3-9)
- Ghost Battle
- Mission Training
All of the characters return from each fighting game in the Touhou series, with Faye and her form Bartoli (who appear from League of Angels III) serving as the first two exclusive characters to appear in this fighting game. Fighting newcomers who are new to this fighting game do not. New DLC characters will be coming this winter and the years of 2020 and 2021. On March 12, 2020, the second DLC Character Pack was announced and has been released on March 27, 2020. On October 29, 2020, the third DLC character pack was announced and will be released on November 13, 2020 along with the next DLC character pack. Leaving the details for the DLC character packs 4, 5 and 6 to be confirmed. DLC exclusive characters, Suigintou (from Rozen Maiden), Glitter Lucky (from the Pretty Cure series), Ladybug (from the Miraculous Ladybug series), Peach (from the Super Mario series), Zelda (from the Legend of Zelda series) and the Inkling Girl (from the Splatoon series) have all been confirmed as of August 2, 2019 and the first three are the first to be released on December 8, 2019. Peach, Zelda and the Inkling Girl for the Nintendo Switch version have been confirmed and released on December 11, 2019 along with Suigintou, Glitter Lucky and Ladybug. The seventh DLC exclusive character, Illyasviel von Einzbern (from the Fate franchise) was announced on August 14, 2020. Her reveal trailer was narrated by the Fate character herself, Rin Tohsaka. Illyasviel will soon appear on October 2, 2020 along with the Sacred Legacy DLC costume pack. Characters highlighted in bold are hidden characters, while italics describe DLC characters.
|Reisen Udongein Inaba||
|Mononobe no Futo||
|Toyosatomimi no Miko||
|Hata no Kokoro||
|Fujiwara no Mokou||
|Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu||
New Playable Characters
Only guest characters (who appear as DLC characters) appear as newcomers, with the first exclusive character, Faye appearing as the non-playable final boss of both Arcade and Story modes, but comes back playable when players purchase the Season 2 DLC Pack as of March 27, 2020. The first three exclusive DLC characers, Suigintou, Glitter Lucky and Ladybug have all been confirmed as of December 8, 2019. Peach, Zelda and the Inkling Girl appear on the Nintendo Switch version as of December 11, 2019. The seventh exclusive DLC character, Illyasviel von Einzbern from the Fate franchise was announced on August 14, 2020 and will be shown on October 2, 2020 along with the Sacred Legacy DLC costume pack.
|Illyasviel von Einzbern||
Some of the characters have their own assist character.
|Daiyousei||Assist character for Cirno.|
|Koakuma||Assist character for Patchouli Knowledge.|
|Prismriver Sisters||Assist characters for Alice Margatroid.|
|Tewi Inaba||Assist character for Reisen Udongein Inaba.|
|Soga no Tokijo||Assist character for Mononobe no Futo.|
|Shion Yorigami||Assist character for Joon Yorigami. While tagging along with Joon, she robs innocent residents of Gensokyo of their wealth by bringing them misfortune.|
|Renko Usami||One of the two assist characters for Sumireko Usami.|
|Maribel Hearn||One of the two assist characters for Sumireko Usami.|
|Konngara||Non-playable assist character for Faye, the final boss character. She is responsible for corrupting Faye's heart.|
Each non-playable characters make cameos on various stages, victory animations and character endings.
- Corrupted Faye (final boss of Story and Arcade modes)
- Corrupted Bartoli (appears as a transformation for Faye, second phase final boss)
- Corrupted Bartoli (Konngara absorbed, third phase final boss)
- Letty Whiterock
- Lily White
- Unzan (appears alongside Ichirin Kumoi)
- Medicine Melancholy
- Shizuha Aki
- Minoriko Aki
- Momiji Inubashiri
- Yamame Kurodani
- Parase Mizuhashi
- Shou Toramaru
- Master Big Catfish
- Kyouko Kasodani
- Yoshika Miyako
- Benben Tsukumo
- Yatsuhashi Tsukumo
- Seija Kijin
- Raiko Horikawa
- Nemuno Sakata
- Aunn Komano
- Narumi Yatadera
- Mai Teireida
- Satono Nishida
- Okina Matara
- Eika Ebisu
- Urumi Ushizaki
- Kutaka Niwatari
- Rinnosuke Morichika
- Glitter Sunny
- Glitter Peace
- Glitter Spring
- Glitter Breeze
- Glitter Heart
- Glitter Diamond
- Glitter Clover
- Glitter Spade
- Glitter Ace
- Adrien Agreste/Cat Noir
- Alya Césaire/Rena Rouge
- Chloé Bourgeois
- Sabrina Raincomprix
- Nadja Chamack
- Rin Tohsaka (upcoming DLC character trailer)
- Tetra (appears as Zelda's form in her character intro during gameplay)
- King of Red Lions/King Daphnes
- Squid Sisters
- Off the Hook
- DJ Octavio
Character Unlock Criteria
NOTE: Playable characters can be unlocked by following their method in Arcade Mode, while Utsuho Reiuji can be unlocked by following her method in Story Mode. Eternity Larva can still be unlocked when playing 100 Versus Mode matches even if the player hasn't followed the the unlock method for Arcade Mode.
|Ran Yakumo||Complete Arcade Mode once.|
|Wriggle Nightbug||Complete Arcade Mode with 5 characters.|
|Mystia Lorelei||Complete Arcade Mode with 10 characters.|
|Eirin Yagokoro||Complete Arcade Mode with 15 characters.|
|Kaguya Houraisan||Complete Arcade Mode with 20 characters.|
|Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu||Complete Arcade Mode with 25 characters.|
|Yuugi Hoshiguma||Complete Arcade Mode with a ranking of one star or higher.|
|Kagerou Imaizumi||Deliver the final blow to all of the opponents using a spell card in Arcade Mode.|
|Eternity Larva||Complete Arcade Mode with a ranking of three stars or higher or finish 100 Versus Mode matches.|
|Utsuho Reiuji||Complete all chapters in Story Mode.|
The four hidden stages can be unlocked by completing chapters throughout Story Mode. So far, there are 27 normal stages, 4 hidden stages and 10 DLC stages, making it a total of 41 to choose from. Some stages will have a day-night cycle that runs according to the console's internal clock.
- When the clock is set at 6:00 AM - 3:59 PM, the "Daytime" background for various stages is featured.
- When the clock is set at 4:00 PM - 6:59 PM, the "Sunset" background for various stages is featured.
- When the clock is set at 7:00 PM - 5:59 AM, the "Night" background for various stages is featured.
Alternately, the player can select the time background shown below by pressing and holding the correct button:
- Pressing and holding 1 (PC)/Square (PlayStation 4)/Y (Nintendo Switch)/X (Xbox One) triggers the "Daytime" background.
- Pressing and holding 2 (PC)/Triangle (PlayStation 4)/X (Nintendo Switch)/Y (Xbox One) triggers the "Sunset" background.
- Pressing and holding 3 (PC)/Circle + Triangle (PlayStation 4)/Y+X (Nintendo Switch)/X+Y (Xbox One) triggers the "Nighttime background.
NOTE: This cheat code does NOT work when playing on the rooftop stage of Scarlet Devil Mansion.
Stages highlighted in bold are hidden stages, while italics describe DLC stages.
|Training Stage||A perfect virtual background stage that is used for training mode.|
|Hakurei Shrine||A stage that is the home of the Touhou Project's protagonist, Reimu Hakurei.|
|Forest of Magic||A stage that is truly the home of both Marisa Kirisame and Alice Margatroid.|
|Misty Lake||A large lake where many fairies and youkai alike appear to gather here.|
|Scarlet Devil Mansion||An European-style mansion owned by the scarlet devil herself, Remilia Scarlet.|
|Scarlet Devil Mansion (Rooftop)||A rooftop view of the mansion which features the clock tower itself.|
|Great Library||An enormous library where Patchouli Knowledge and Koakuma live here.|
|Bamboo Forest of the Lost||A stage where Fujiwara no Mokou lives here assisting any people who get lost, while Tewi Inaba and other rabbits can be seen wandering in the forest.|
|Youkai Mountain||A stage that's considered Gensokyo's largest mountain and volcano.|
|Netherworld||A sacred land where ghosts and phantoms reside after death.|
|Hakugyokurou||A ghost shrine overlooking the Netherworld, well known among the afterlife realms for its cherry blossom gardens, and many ghosts come to see them every spring.|
|Moriya Shrine||A shrine dedicated to Shintoism that originated from the Outside world and was transported into Gensokyo by Kanako Yasaka during the start of the events of Mountain of Faith.|
|Underground Geyser Center||A facility under the surface of Gensokyo, under the base of the Youkai Mountain.|
|Myouren Temple||A stage where many youkai at the temple training as monks under Byakuren Hijiri in Buddhism.|
|Palanquin Ship||A ship that is created by Byakuren Hijiri. And it is capable of sailing through the sky.|
|Kourindou||An antique store seated between the Human Village and the Forest of Magic, run by Rinnosuke Morichika.|
|Divine Spirit Mausoleum||This stage welcomes humans aspiring to become hermits, but most of them fail the necessary training.|
|Genbu Ravine||A ravine named after the legendary tortoise Genbu, and was formed when Youkai Mountain was still an active volcano.|
|Palace of the Earth Spirits||A mansion situated in the center of what used to be Hell (now Former Hell) in the Underworld, and is near the Former Capital.|
|Youkai Tanuki Forest||A forest that is usually associated with tanuki and other youkai.|
|Human Village||A stage where most humans of Gensokyo live.|
|Shining Needle Castle||A castle that is located in the sky near the base of Youkai Mountain.|
|Outside World||This stage in reality, the non-fictional world of fact and reality all people live in.|
|Eientei||A name of a large, old-fashioned Japanese mansion hidden deep within the Bamboo Forest of the Lost.|
|Dream World||A world that is visited via dreaming and is ruled by Doremy Sweet.|
|Heaven||A background stage that is considered a collection of separate realms existing above the Earth.|
|Azure Crystal Cavern||One of the two crystal caverns where the gateway to the Azure Flame Chamber is found.|
|Azure Flame Chamber||A mysterious flame chamber where Yukkuri Reimu was once fought here since Story mode.|
|Scarlet Crystal Cavern||One of the two crystal caverns where a corrupted Faye, the final boss was fought here since Story mode.|
|Scarlet Core||The final stage hidden inside the portal of the Scarlet Crystal Cavern since the final boss of the Story and Arcade modes.|
|N-Field||An exclusive DLC stage where the Rozen Maidens engage in a battle during the Alice Game.|
|Jubiland||An exclusive DLC stage from Glitter Force where Queen Euphoria once ruled here.|
|Paris||An exclusive DLC stage from the Miraculous Ladybug franchise. Parisian teen Marinette Dupain-Cheng lives here.|
|Ryuudou Temple||An exclusive DLC stage from the Fate franchise. It is a mountain temple on the outskirts of Miyama and it is owned by the Ryuudou family.|
|Princess Peach's Castle (Nintendo Switch version)||An exclusive DLC stage from the Super Mario franchise. Princess Peach and many Toads, including Toad and Toadsworth, reside in it.|
|Hyrule Castle (Nintendo Switch version)||An exclusive DLC stage from the Legend of Zelda franchise. It is the seat of Hyrule's monarchical government and the home of the Royal Family of Hyrule.|
|Urchin Underpass (Nintendo Switch version)||An exclusive DLC stage from the Splatoon franchise. It takes place below a highway.|
|Yoshi's Island (Nintendo Switch version)||An exclusive DLC stage that is based on Yoshi's Island, home to all of the Yoshis.|
|Garden of Hope (Nintendo Switch version)||An exclusive DLC stage that is based on the Pikmin franchise. This stage appears to be a main forest level since Pikmin 3.|
|Nintendo Land (Nintendo Switch version)||An exclusive DLC stage that is based on Nintendo Land, the video game for the Nintendo Wii U.|
|Character||Voice Actor (Japanese)||Voice Actor (English)|
|Alice Margatroid||Misato Fukuen||Felecia Angelle|
|Aya Shameimaru||Yūko Minaguchi||Kate Higgins|
|Bartoli||Houko Kuwashima||Carly A. Holmes|
|Byakuren Hijiri||Yū Asakawa||Heidi O'Connor|
|Candy||Ikue Ōtani||Debi Derryberry|
|Chen||Satomi Kōrogi||Monica Rial|
|Cirno||Yuka Iguchi||Sandy Fox|
|Clownpiece||Rie Kugimiya||Debi Derryberry|
|Dina||Yuka Imai||Kate Higgins|
|Doremy Sweet||Yui Ishikawa||Lisa Schulz-Reichart|
|Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu||Mamiko Noto||Stephanie Sheh|
|Eirin Yagokoro||Houko Kuwashima||Terri McLeod|
|Eternity Larva||Ayana Taketatsu||Marieve Herington|
|Faye||Misato Fukuen||Kikki Prado|
|Flandre Scarlet||Oma Ichimura||Christine Marie Cabanos|
|Fujiwara no Mokou||Haruna Ikezawa||Trina Nishimura|
|Glitter Ace||Rie Kugimiya||Erica Lindbeck|
|Glitter Breeze||Chinami Nishimura||Kate Higgins|
|Glitter Clover||Mai Fuchigami||Melissa Fahn|
|Glitter Diamond||Minako Kotobuki||Cherami Leigh|
|Glitter Heart||Hitomi Nabatame||Debi Derryberry|
|Glitter Lucky||Misato Fukuen||Laura Bailey|
|Glitter Peace||Hisako Kanemoto||Alex Cazares|
|Glitter Spade||Kanako Miyamoto||Stephanie Sheh|
|Glitter Spring||Marina Inoue||Danielle Judovits|
|Glitter Sunny||Asami Tano||Colleen Villard|
|Hata no Kokoro||Saori Seto||Cristina Vee|
|Hina Kagiyama||Chinami Nishimura||Jeannie Tirado|
|Hong Meiling||Naomi Ōzora||Colleen Villard|
|Ichirin Kumoi||Saori Hayami||Ashly Burch|
|Illyasviel von Einzbern||Mai Kadowaki||Cynthia Martinez|
|Iku Nagae||Eriko Nakamura||Alexis Tipton|
|Inkling Girl||Yuki Tsujii||N/A|
|Joon Yorigami||Eri Sendai||Karina Norris|
|Junko||Junko Takeuchi||Veronica Taylor|
|Kagerou Imaizumi||Shizuka Itō||Kirsten Evergreen|
|Kaguya Houraisan||Mamiko Noto||Kate Higgins|
|Kanako Yasaka||Romi Park||Mary Elizabeth McGlynn|
|Kasen Ibaraki||Rie Kugimiya||Patti Morales|
|Keine Kamishirasawa||Satsuki Yukino||Melody Taylor|
|Koakuma||Yui Ogura||Cristina Vee|
|Kogasa Tatara||Rina Hidaka||Natalie Lander|
|Koishi Komeiji||Maaya Sakamoto||Erica Lindbeck|
|Komachi Onozuka||Fumiko Orikasa||Cindy Robinson|
|Konngara||Yōko Hikasa||Megan Hollingshead|
|Kurumi||Hitomi Nabatame||Carrie Savage|
|Ladybug||Karin Nanami||Cristina Vee|
|Mamizou Futatsuiwa||Sora Amamiya||Bryn Apprill|
|Maribel Hearn||Kanako Miyamoto||Jackie Lastra|
|Marisa Kirisame||Ayumi Fujimura||Erica Mendez|
|Mima||Miyuki Sawashiro||Michelle Ruff|
|Mononobe no Futo||Mayumi Iizuka||Sarah Anne Williams|
|Mystia Lorelei||Nana Mizuki||Natalie Lander|
|Narrator||Mie Sonozaki||Caitlin Glass|
|Nitori Kawashiro||Hitomi Nabatame||Lara Woodhull|
|Orange||Kana Ueda||Jill Harris|
|Patchouli Knowledge||Yuka Inokuchi||Melissa Fahn|
|Ran Yakumo||Junko Takeuchi||Lani Minella|
|Reimu Hakurei||Minako Kotobuki||Cherami Leigh|
|Reisen Udongein Inaba||Minako Kotobuki||Stephanie Sheh|
|Remilia Scarlet||Mai Gotou||Erica Lindbeck|
|Renko Usami||Asami Tano||Kelsey E. Robles|
|Rin Tohsaka||Kana Ueda||Carli Mosier|
|Rumia||Yuiko Tatsumi||Hunter MacKenzie Austin|
|Sakuya Izayoi||Shizuka Itō||Wendee Lee|
|Sanae Kochiya||Kaori Nazuka||Laura Bailey|
|Satori Komeiji||Harumi Sakurai||Hunter MacKenzie Austin|
|Shinki||Mikako Komatsu||Carrie Keranen|
|Shinmyoumaru Sukuna||Kumiko Watanabe||Erica Lindbeck|
|Shion Yorigami||Yui Ishikawa||Kayli Mills|
|Soga no Tokijo||Emiri Katō||Amy Brown|
|Suigintou||Rie Tanaka||Karen Strassman|
|Suika Ibuki||Kae Araki||Sandy Fox|
|Sumireko Usami||Yui Horie||Cassandra Lee Morris|
|Suwako Moriya||Yuiko Tatsumi||Alex Cazares|
|Tenshi Hinanawi||Haruna Ikezawa||Cassandra Lee Morris|
|Tewi Inaba||Kana Asumi||Marieve Herington|
|Toyosatomimi no Miko||Ayahi Takagaki||Felecia Angelle|
|Unzan||Toshiyuki Morikawa||Kyle Hebert|
|Utsuho Reiuji||Haruka Tomatsu||Mela Lee|
|Wriggle Nightbug||Marina Inoue||Monica Rial|
|Youmu Konpaku||Yūko Minaguchi||Trina Nishimura|
|Yukari Yakumo||Miyuki Sawashiro||Tara Platt|
|Yumemi Okazaki||Ayumi Fujimura||Erika Hughes|
|Yuugi Hoshiguma||Romi Park||Erin Fitzgerald|
|Yuuka Kazami||Haruka Tomatsu||Kira Buckland|
|Yuyuko Saigyouji||Eri Kitamura||Laura Bailey|
|Zelda||Akane Ōmae||Stephanie Sheh (character ending only)|
Character Select Screens
- On the Nintendo Switch version, Touhou Azure Trilogy is going to be released on the same date that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate got released in the year 2018. However, as of November 1, 2019, the date was now changed to December 6, 2019.
- Princess Zelda (who is classified as a DLC character) is playable in her model from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
- Glitter Lucky is the only character to have all of her allies from Glitter Force and Glitter Force Doki Doki (who made cameos in her Arcade Mode ending) to join in her Level 3 Super Attack, Ultimate Princess Finish.
- On the Main Menu of this game, the player who used the character most, gets shown on the screen.
- Reimu Hakurei and NPC Glitter Diamond share the same Japanese and English voice actors, Minako Kotobuki and Cherami Leigh.
- Sumireko Usami is the only playable character to have two assist characters during gameplay.
- This is the first Touhou fighting video game to:
- Have this game to be released on an Xbox video game console.
- Have this game developed by Grezzo.
- Have English voice acting for all of the characters (excluding Inkling Girl).
- Feature the ranking meter in Arcade Mode where the player recieves a grade at the end of this mode.
- Feature palette swap characters as of August 14, 2020.
- Feature alternate DLC character costumes for each character.
- Feature exclusive characters (such as Suigintou, Ladybug and Princess Peach).
- Feature an exclusive character to appear corrupted as a final boss in Arcade and Story modes.
- Feature Ghost Battle mode (similar to some of Bandai Namco's Tekken fighting video games) where it can be found in the Main Menu.
- Feature the Shop where it can be found in the Main Menu.
- The PC-98 DLC costume pack contains alternate costumes for the characters who first appear in the past PC-98 games (for Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Mima, Orange, Kurumi, Shinki and Alice Margatroid). This DLC costume pack has been released on March 27, 2020 along with the Season 2 DLC character pack.
- The Scarlet Devil Embodiment DLC costume pack contains alternate costumes for the characters who appear in Embodiment of Scarlet Devil (for Rumia, Cirno, Hong Meiling, Patchouli Knowledge, Sakuya Izayoi, Remilia Scarlet and Flandre Scarlet). This DLC costume pack has been released on April 17, 2020.
- The Imperishable Night DLC costume pack contains alternate costumes for the characters who appear in that game of the same name as that DLC costume pack (for Wriggle Nightbug, Mystia Lorelei, Reisen Udongein Inaba, Eirin Yagokoro, Kaguya Houraisan and Fujiwara no Moku). This DLC costume pack has been released on May 22, 2020.
- The Flower Power DLC costume pack contains alternate costumes for the characters who appear in Perfect Cherry Blossom, Immaterial and Missing Power and Phantasmagoria of Flower View (for Youmu Konpaku, Yuyuko Saigyouji, Yukari Yakumo, Ran Yakumo, Suika Ibuki, Aya Shameimaru, Komachi Onozuka and Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu). This DLC costume pack has been released on June 26, 2020.
- The Hisoutensoku DLC costume pack contains alternate costumes for the characters who appear in Mountain of Faith, Scarlet Weather Rhapsody and Subterranean Animism (for Nitori Kawashiro, Sanae Kochiya, Suwako Moriya, Iku Nagae, Tenshi Hinanawi, Yuugi Hoshiguma, Satori Komeiji, Koishi Komeiji and Utsuho Reiuji). This DLC costume pack has been released on July 31, 2020.
- The Urban Legends DLC costume pack contains alternate costumes for the characters who appear in Undefined Fantastic Object, Ten Desires, Hopeless Masquerade, Double Dealing Character and Urban Legend in Limbo (for Kogasa Tatara, Ichirin Kumoi, Byakuren Hijiri, Mononobe no Futo, Toyosatomimi no Miko, Mamizou Futatsuiwa, Hata no Kokoro, Shinmyoumaru Sukuna, Sumireko Usami and Kasen Ibaraki). This DLC costume pack has been released on August 21, 2020.
- The Sacred Legacy DLC costume pack contains alternate costumes for the characters who appear in Legacy in Lunatic Kingdom, Antinomy of Common Flowers and Hidden Star in Four Seasons (for Doremy Sweet, Clownpiece, Junko, Joon Yorigami, Shion Yorigami and Eternity Larva). This DLC costume pack will soon be released this fall along with an exclusive DLC character from the Fate franchise.
- When purchasing DLC characters, they each come with their own alternate costume.
- Each of the following DLC costume packs cost $2.99 on each video game platform.
- The full DLC costume pack contains all of the DLC costume packs which costs $20.99.
- As of November 8, 2019, the "Super" costume pack was announced for each group of characters in their own DLC costume pack. Their Super costume pack cost $2.99, and will be released in a future date. This costume pack involves all characters in their ball gowns, kimonos and animal costumes based on a bunny, cat and fox. This full costume pack costs $20.99.