Square Enix’s Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile is now all set to release in Japan with pre-registration currently live for both Android and iOS platforms. The game is based on the anime which is set around ancient alchemy, as the show presents middle age chemistry collaboration with spiritual beliefs. Edward Elric and Alphonse Elric, the two brothers, are the main characters in this series.
Experience the iconic anime in breathtaking 3D graphics
Fullmetal Alchemist is a dark fantasy comic by Hiromu Arakawa. The comic is globally famous for intricate storytelling which expresses the story of two brothers Edward Elric and Alphonso Elric who are on the edge of despair but decide to regain everything they’ve lost. Fullmetal Alchemist is a tactical RPG. From the teaser and the trailer that has been released so far, we know that the game is a fighting game.
Fullmetal Alchemist will give users a chance to follow the iconic Fullmetal Alchemist story in breathtaking 3D graphics that is highly realistic with tons of new animations and content. The game will feature 40 characters from the main Anime and users can take these characters to battle against each other and improve their skills.
Square Enix promises to bring engaging gameplay with an interesting storyline
Square Enix claims to have put a lot of work into the game’s new illustrations to make the story of the game more immersive and to make the game meet the modern SRPG style Square Enix has added several new levels, challenges, and rules to make things interesting and keep users engaged.
Now, Square Enix has finally announced that the game is available for users in Japan on both Android and iOS platforms. Square Enix has been going all out with marketing campaigns and pre-registration drives to attract more traffic to the game. Users can pre-register for the game by visiting the official website and staying updated about all the information by following the social media handles.
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