The teaser PV of the “Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World” official smartphone game “Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World – Lost in Memories” has been revealed. Along with this, details about the campaign where players can receive the highest rarity card “【Hazumu Yorokobi (Happiness with Excitement)】Rem ★3” have been announced.
“Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World – Lost in Memories” (In short: Rezerosu, combining zero and lost in Japanese pronunciation) is a smartphone game where the player becomes the main protagonist, Subaru, experiencing the anime based plot and experience multiple routes of faith called the “IF Story” where players think “What if different choices were made back then…”
Moreover, the “New original story”, written under the supervision of the author Nagatsuki Tappei, is another distinctive feature.
For the pre-registration campaign, it has been decided that all players will be rewarded with the following rewards for reaching certain numbers of pre-registered players: “3 Rezerosu Gacha Ticket” for reaching 50,000 players, “5 Rezerosu Gacha Ticket” for reaching 100,000 players, “10 Rezerosu Gach Ticket” for reaching 150,000 players, and the highest rarity card “【Hazumu Yorokobi (Happiness with Excitement)】Rem ★3” for reaching 200,000 players in total.
Furthermore, the outline of the game has been announced at the same time.
The battle system will be a turn-based command battle with cute mini-characters at the center of the action, and the party can be formed with familiar characters, enemies, and sub-characters from the anime.
By gathering various materials, players can enable “Evolution” and “Awakening”, and “Unlock” memory board by gathering “ADV Point” that can be earned depending on various routes of stories while enjoying fostering favorite characters.
“Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World – Lost in Memories” is currently accepting player's pre-registration.
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