Crunchyroll Games announced they are delivering some early winter fun to Princess Connect! Re: Dive fans with the launch of a merry and bright new story arc, “The Carol That Never Was,” along with new holiday-themed characters and more.
The festivities kick off with a brand new Focus Gacha, featuring the one and only Chika (Holiday)! Equipped with powerful support skills that spread the good cheer with buffs and TP regeneration, as well as a Union Burst summoning three unique spirits, Chika (Holiday) is prepped to go, both on the battlefield and caroling through the streets of Landosol. Get ready to spend yuletide with her cool side.
The Santa Clause is that this seasonal Chika is a limited character, which means that she won’t be added to the regular Premium Gacha pool after her Focus Gacha ends. Chika (Holiday) ‘s Focus Gacha will run for 15 days, from November 22 through December 7.
Chika (Holiday) will also be center stage in the next Princess Connect Re: Dive special story event, “The Carol That Never Was,” which will be available from November 22 through December 6. Set to the landscape of a snow-covered Landosol, players can enjoy a grand holiday party as Ayane and Kurumi’s holiday preparations come to a sudden halt when Chika can’t remember who she is! This event will feature special-edition boss battles with the prize of the exclusive character Kurumi (Holiday), which can be obtained by defeating the boss 5 times at any difficulty level. Kurumi might be a little shy, but she’s sure to ring in the holiday cheer with her jolly bell. Make sure to catch her before she hides for good! More info on this event and other holiday happenings can be found on Crunchyroll News.
Princess Connect! Re: Dive is published by Crunchyroll Games, the interactive publishing and distribution division within Crunchyroll, in collaboration with Cygames, the acclaimed developer of hit mobile titles, and GREE Entertainment, Inc., a live-ops management and game operations company.
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