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Black Stella Ptolomea is a turn-based RPG, now available for pre-registration in Japan

Get ready for an exciting battle in the heart of Japan!

Black Stella Ptolomea is a new turn-based RPG developed by Cyberstep and ScopeNext, now available for pre-registration in Japan. The game is a reboot of the Black Stella IP after the initial title terminated its services and is scheduled to release later this summer.

Build your team and save Japan from the wrath of monsters in Black Stella Ptolomea

Black Stella Ptolomea is set in 2049 Japan. Three major disasters have occurred in the past and Tokyo is now a disaster-prevention city. In 2039, a gigantic crater swallowed almost the entire area of ​​Minato Ward. As a result, mysterious monsters start coming out of the huge hole and begin to attack Japanese people.

Black Stella Ptolomea pre-registration
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Players form a team and control a total of five characters, with three in combat while two are in reserve. Each turn is spent to command the units to attack the enemy with their basic attacks or other special skills and abilities that players unlock as they progress through the game. The game brings an elemental tree and an amazing gear system. Players also have a super attack that builds up on all the power and abilities they use during combat.

The game is now offering players in-game pre-registration rewards at various milestones including 500 White Star Crystals for 50 pulls, a character-guaranteed gacha ticket, five AP x50 recovery items, an SSR AR guaranteed tickets, credits, upgrade materials, and more.

Interested players can head to the official Black Stella Ptolomea website and pre-register for the game by providing their email or follow the game’s Twitter account for more information.

What are your thoughts as Black Stella Ptolomea begins pre-registration in Japan? Let us know in the comment section below!

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