Yoko Taro’s New Game SINoALICE Gets One More Trailer Ahead of Tomorrow’s Japanese Release

Yoko Taro's new mobile game SINoALICE is gonna high the download marketplaces tomorrow in Japan.

on June 5, 2017 1:59 PM

Square Enix released another trailer of its upcoming mobile game SINoALICE, that comes with the creative direction of NieR: Automata creator Yoko Taro.

The trailer gives another look at the many heroine included in the game, inspired by fairy tales protagonists from both western and Japanese cultures. We also get a small glimpse on the gameplay.

The video was released to tease the launch of SINoALICE, that will happen in Japan tomorrow, while no word has been said so far about a possible localization.

The game ended up being quite popular during the pre-registration phase, possibly riding on NieR: Automata’s wave. It received 300,000 pre-registrations as of May 18th, and a crossover campaign with NieR: Automata itself that will probably contribute further to adoption among Yoko Taro’s fans.

You can check out the trailer below, and also give a look at the first gameplay trailer, at the one released yesterday, and a third from the day before.

If you want to see more of the ladies portrayed in the trailer, you can check out a first batch of character artwork, and a second. Last, but not least, you can listen to some music by Keiichi Okabe, who also scored NieR: Automata.

 /  Executive News Editor
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