Over the last few years, many anime licensed games have seen home console releases in addition to mobile releases through some free to play release. The latest home console game in the The Seven Deadly Sins brand was The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia for PS4 from Bandai Namco Entertainment. Today, Netmarble announced plans to bring the brand to mobile in the form if a cinematic anime game called The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross which is set to arrive on both iOS and Android. Watch the trailer for it below:
The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is already available on mobile in Japan and it will release globally with support for multiple languages later this year. As of now, the App Store page mentions a release date of March 31st. This is likely a placeholder date. The game will let you play from multiple characters from the series in combat that has a focus on grand special moves. The game is free to play with in app purchases and it will have card based combat and team building.
Pre-registration for The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is now live. You can pre-register on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here. Pre-registering nets you the main hero of The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross as an in-game character, 1 costume, 30 diamonds (premium currency), 100k Gold (currency), and a box that has a costume for the main heroine and other items. Have you played the PS4 game or will this be your first The Seven Deadly Sins game?