Under Night In-Birth: Exe-Late [cl-r] update brings more than 1,000 balance adjustments and new moves to Arc System Works’ high-energy anime fighter.
Fighting game fans who own Under Night In-Birth: Exe-Late [st] on Steam will be able to download a substantial update for the game today.
The update, which changes the game to its latest iteration, Under Night In-Birth: Exe-Late [cl-r] (commonly abbreviated by fans as UNICLR) will introduce more than one-thousand balance adjustments and tweaks to the game along with new moves for the 2D fighter’s existing roster characters.
The game’s developer, Arc System Works, notes that this update does not include the game’s new playable character, Londrekia.
Additionally, all of the existing DLC for Under Night In-Birth: Exe-Late [st] is being bundled into two DLC packs; the Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[cl-r] Pack, an all-in-one package that includes all of the DLC for both UNIST and UNICLR, as well as the UNICLR Upgrade DLC Pack, which will grant players who already own UNIST the full content for UNICLR.
Developed by Arc System Works and French Bread, Under Night In-Birth: Exe-Late [cl-r] launched on the PlayStation 4 and Switch on February 27. Chris summed up his review of the game saying:
“Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late [cl-r] is much the same as the previous entries, but with the balance shaken up and a new character to mix things up even more. As a fan of Under Night In-Birth myself, I was looking forward to this new entry, and it delivered more or less what I expected from it.”
You can find our full review of the console version of UNICLR here.