Square Enix smartphone card battle game Servant of Thrones launches this winter in Japan

New trailer and web commercial released.

Servant of Thrones

Square Enix has announced that Servant of Thrones, its free-to-play real-time card battle game for iOS and Android, will launch this winter in Japan. Pre-registration is now available on the official website.

Users will receive special rewards depending on the number of people who pre-register. If 200,000 people sign up, you’ll receive 3,000 Emperor Stones, which are enough for 11 gatcha spins.

Announced in May, 2017 along with a closed beta, Servant of Thrones features a fully voiced story mode in addition to online play, and high quality illustrations. The staff is made up of many famed illustrators such as Yoshitaka Amano, Yuji Himukai, toi8, and Kim Hyung-tae.

Square Enix also released a trailer that features the theme song and introduces the game world. It also showcases card illustrations and characters voiced by Akio Otsuka, Tomokazu Sugita, Maya Uchida, Mamiko Noto, and so on.

Watch the trailer and a web commercial below.

Trailer

Web Commercial

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