Compile Heart and ForwardWorks announce Eshigami no Kizuna for smartphones

"Artists borrow the power of 'gods' and battle their 'deadlines'!"

Eshigami no Kizuna

Idea Factory and Compile Heart have announced Eshigami no Kizuna (Bonds of the Artist Gods), a new iOS and Android game from Sony subsidiary ForwardWorks to be released in Japan in 2018.

Details about the game have yet to be announced, but it is a collaboration with Tezuka Productions and will feature a number of illustrators from both inside and outside of Compile Heart, including Compile Heart illustrator Tsunako (Neptunia series), Katsuyuki Hirano (Moero Crystal, Agarest War series), and Kei Nanameda (Trillion: God of Destruction).

The story tagline is, “Artists borrow the power of ‘god’ and battle their ‘deadlines’!”

Here is one of the characters, illustrated by Tsunako:

Eshigami no Kizuna

More details will be announced at a later date.

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