KonoSuba Fantastic Days - How to Pre Register for the KonoSuba Mobile RPG
Following the surprise reveal from Nexon at Anime Expo Lite that KonoSuba God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World Fantastic Days is launching pre registration for its global version, the game’s official site is now open and you can finally pre register, with some prizes in tow too.
Featuring Kazuma Satou (Jun Fukushima), Aqua (Sora Amamiya), Rie Takahashi (Megumin), Darkness (Ai Kayano), Yunyun (Aki Toyosaki) and more, including original characters, KonoFan is a character collection, mobile gacha game adapting the most popular isekai comedy anime out there, KonoSuba.
- MORE KONOFAN – Initial story, gameplay details
KonoSuba Fantastic Days – How to pre register
The Konosuba Fantastic Days site, which was in teaser page mode until now, is now open, that’s where you pre register. Developed by Sumzap, which is also working on the Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade mobile game, KonoFan is really high spec when it comes to gacha games. It most notably includes full voice acting, and animated portraits using Live 2D.
Now that pre-registration has launched, a new special trailer with more gameplay from the global version was shared as well:
- MORE KONOSUBA – Sora Amamiya (Aqua), Jun Fukushima (Kazuma) interviews
KonoSuba – Nexon giveaway
Players who pre register to KonoFan‘s global version will automatically get entered into a giveaway Nexon is organizing. The tier 1 prizes are a collectible Megumin figurine from Pop Up Parade and wireless Razer Hammerhead Earbuds. There are several Megumin or Aqua (Winter Ver.) figures among the prizes as well.
Winners will be announced on the global version’s official Twitter. Take a look at the Megumin figures and the Aqua figure right below:
Never heard of KonoSuba?
KonoSuba: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku o! (God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World!)is originally a web novel part of the Isekai trend, written by Natsume Akatsuki. Its publication ran from 2012 to 2013 on Shōsetsuka ni Narō, a website where many other isekai stories made their debut, and who also gave its name to the “narou” genre most of these isekai stories are part of. A much longer light novel version ran in Japan from 2013 to 2020, with illustrations by Kurone Mishima. The novel got multiple anime and manga adaptations and are quite popular worldwide.
KonoSuba is by far one of the higher-end Isekai series out there, especially if you need a good laugh. And love typical Japanese stylized comedy. Natsume Akatsuki also wrote Sentouin, Hakenshimasu!, (Combatants will be Dispatched!), a similar comedy novel which recently received an anime.