Crunchyroll Games Announces Pre-Registration for Mitrasphere

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Crunchyroll Games, the interactive division of the world’s most popular anime brand, announced today that pre-registration is available for Mitrasphere, a co-op Fantasy RPG mobile game. This will be in partnership with Bank of Innovation, Inc., the original game developer, and JetSynthesys, who will be managing live-ops. Fans can pre-register for the game on Google Play and the App Store.

Mitrasphere is a social co-op multiplayer RPG that has gripped the hearts of audiences in Japan for years. Launched in August 2017, the game received 800,000 pre-registrants and 7 million total installs. The world of the game is one where a massive sea blankets the skies. Golden crystals rain down from a cryptic tree in the ocean sky, altering the lives of everyone and everything. This is a tale of those cursed by fate and the decision to rise against it.

In the game, fans can traverse the world of Mitrasphere with up to five players to defeat powerful bosses and uncover legendary weapons throughout their journey. And look forward to, Enchanting Art, Social RPG, and Boundless Customization. The world of Mitrasphere offers a lavish experience through its quality art inspired by classic JRPGs and Mitrasphere extends a deep social experience with its emphasis on cooperative play and an environment that heightens interaction between players. Finally, players are able to freely swap between classes, equipment, avatars, and more throughout gameplay.

It will be available in the United States, Canada, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Norway, and Sweden. The launch of Mitrasphere is a part of Crunchyroll’s broader commitment to building out a full slate of 360-degree experiences to deepen the community’s engagement with their favorite shows.

Mitrasphere will be available on Android and iOS devices.

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