Bandai Namco announced a stream of Tales of Luminaria for September 24, which will reveal the first details of the JRPG for mobile.
The Tales saga is one of the most striking as far as JRPGs are concerned. We’ve seen it recently with Tales of Arise on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, which has garnered rave reviews and rave reviews among gamers.
On the occasion of the franchise’s 25th anniversary, Bandai Namco is gearing up to launch a new installment on mobile devices.
At the moment we barely see a short trailer for the game, but later this month we’ll get to know the first details of Tales of Luminaria. This will happen in the stream announced by its publisher, Bandai Namco.
In particular, the stream of Tales of Luminaria will be held on September 24 at 05:00 am Spanish time (12:00 in Japan). This presentation event can be followed live on Bandai Namco’s YouTube channel.
The Japanese company has indicated that in its stream we will find out new details of Tales of Luminaria, especially about its gameplay and world. There will also be descriptions and news for the three playable characters.
It has always been the flagship IP of Japanese roles, but the recent success of Tales of Arise has piqued player interest in the franchise. Tales of Luminaria will bring the role-playing experience to iOS and Android devices.
The announcement of Tales of Luminaria was one of the big surprises of the 2021 Opening Live Night of Gamescom. It will be a pure JRPG, with turn-based combat, a tactical component, and gameplay based on the use of its three protagonists.
Tales of Luminaria will arrive on iOS and Android in the coming months, still without knowing a specific launch date. Next September 24 at 05:00 we will get to know the first details of this spectacular and striking JRPG.
Bandai Namco announced Tales of Luminaria for iOS and Android devices during the Gamescom Opening Night event today. Your game will feature a new story with familiar Tales action that you play in portrait mode. But the publisher didn’t release any other details in the teaser, such as whether it’s a free-to-play or paid game.