TOKYO GHOUL [:re birth] Now Available To Download (VIDEO)
Bandai Namco has done it again with another TOKYO GHOUL video game based on the popular anime series. Originally announced in late August, TOKYO GHOUL [:re birth] sports the dark fantasy theme we’ve come to know and love, allowing players to once again jump into the war between Ghouls and Humans. Check out the trailer for the newly released mobile game below:
Now available free to download, TOKYO GHOUL [:re birth] will allow players to fight alongside popular characters Ken Kaneki, Kisho Arima, and a few others from the first two seasons. Additionally, fans can also battle alongside Haise Sasaki and Quinx from the latest TOKYO GHOUL:re series.
Here’s what players can expect from the new game, courtesy of Bandai Namco:
- Multi-Dimensional Graphics: A blend of custom 2D illustrations and dynamic 3D graphics redefine the series’ epic battles, which also feature voice-overs and character portraits during skill animation sequences.
- 100+ Character Roster: Players can build 6-person teams from over 100 of their favorite TOKYO GHOUL characters; team skills and battle positions can be freely assigned, affording a seemingly limitless number of ways to strategically attack enemies.
- In-depth Leveling System: Utilize in-game materials to power up characters and strengthen their quinque and kagune weapons to unlock game-changing special abilities.
- Seasonal Conquests: Each season, players are automatically divided into Ghouls and Humans to fight for control of Tokyo in battles and Dispatch missions.
- PVP Ambush: Obtain ranking rewards in decisive PVP battles
- Purge Raids: Join forces with fellow species-members to take down powerful Special Investigators and SS-rated Ghouls in intense raid battles.
TOKYO GHOUL [:re birth] is now available free to download on Android and iOS devices. As a limited time login bonus, those that jump into the game will receive both Kaneki and Sasaki as playable characters.
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