Granblue Fantasy’s Persona 5 Crossover Event Gets Dated; Uma Musume Event Starts

June is going to be rich with events for Granblue Fantasy players, including one that will feature Persona 5 characters in a rather interesting crossover.

on June 2, 2018 5:19 PM

Cygames’ popular mobile JRPG Granblue Fantasy is celebrating it’s Summer Fes event in Sendai, Japan, and news are coming for those enjoying the game.

First of all, we get a release date for the previously-teased Persona 5 crossover event. It will launch in the game on June 18th. On top of the artwork featuring Joker, we get to see the related weapon “Devil’s Gun.” We also get a mention of the fact that many familiar characters from Persona 5 will make an appearance in the story.

On top of this, today and until June 18th an event tied to the anime series Uma Musume will launch. it’ll grant various daily login bonuses, including a gacha ticket every day. Experience gained with quests will also be multiplied by 1.5, while the points cost for each will be halved.

In other Granblue Fantasy news, a spectacular figure by Broccoli portraying everyone’s favorite draph swordmaster Narmaya has been released a couple of days ago in Japan. She costs 23,500 yen, and you can ogle her in the gallery below.

Granblue Fantasy is currently available only in Japan (but including an English localization) for iOS, Android, and PC via browsers. We recently learned that it passed twenty million registered players. You can read how to install it and play in hour handy guide, as these events are probably going to help new players quite a bit thanks to the free chances at SSR characters.

Cygames is also working on a rather impressive action-JRPG for PS4 codenamed Granblue Fantasy Project Re:Link. 

 /  Executive News Editor
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