Cygames Teases a Brand New Game Releasing on November 27
Cygames will reveal a new mobile game on November 27 with a theme song sung by Yurika Endo and composed by Higedriver.
Cygames announced it’ll release a brand new game on November 27. The game is for iOS and Android, and preregistrations are already open. The announcement was made through a Twitter account that emerged for the occasion. The account was made in 2017. A teaser site with a countdown is also accessible. The countdown will end on November 22, meaning we’ll learn more then.
— サイゲ新作 (@cygames_secret) November 20, 2019
The Twitter account also reveals that Yurika Endo is involved in the game. Yurika Endo used to be a seiyuu and a singer, and she most notably voiced Nozomi Momijidani in BanG Dream!. However, she left the entertainment industry in 2018 because of health reasons. Meaning what she did for this new Cygames game is her true last project.
The official Twitter also mentions that Higedriver is involved as well. Higedriver (pronounced heegaydriver) is a composer who mainly does chiptune like music. He’s particularly popular in France thanks to pop culture and Japnese culture focused TV channel Nolife, which existed from June 1, 2007 to April 8, 2018. Otaku powerlevels have always been among the highest in the world in France.
In fact, there’s a song you can listen to on the teaser site, which was composed by Higedriver, and sung by Yurika Endo, as confirmed on Twitter. The song is titled Ceremony.
I’m just throwing out random guesses, but this new game will probably be something unrelated to Granblue Fantasy. I feel they’d say so otherwise to hype the fans even more. I personally don’t play mobage by principle, so I won’t be playing this. I don’t play mobage even if it’s one of my favorite series getting one, like how every classic from the 80s, from Saint Seiya to Hokuto no Ken, recently got. I’m not really interested. It’s too time-consuming and I can’t get rid of that feeling of pointlessness when playing games without endings like these.
Anyway, we’ll know more on November 22.