Tales of Crestoria announced for smartphones

Starring a protagonist burdened with crime.

Tales of Crestoria

Bandai Namco has announced Tales of Crestoria, a brand new entry in the Tales of RPG series for smartphones.

Here is a short blurb about the game, via its official Twitter account:

“The world said it was a crime.”

Tales of Crestoria

“I protected someone important.”

Tales of Crestoria

“I tried to save someone important.”

Tales of Crestoria

“I was born into this world.”

Tales of Crestoria

—Live. Even if it is a crime.

Weekly Famitsu this week has the first official preview of the game, revealing its crime-burdened protagonist and the story of the life he lives for the things that are important to him. The magazine also has comments from Yasutaka Nakata and Kamikaze Douga, who were in charge of the protagonist visual and concept teaser, a message from producer Tomomi Tagawa, and more.

Tales of Crestoria

Pre-registration is available now at the game’s official website. Players will be awarded in-game bonus Summoning Tickets depending on the amount of users that pre-register:

  • 10,000 pre-registrations – Summoning Ticket x1
  • 30,000 pre-registrations – Summoning Ticket x2 (for a total of three)
  • 50,000 pre-registrations – Summoning Ticket x2 (for a total of five) + Twitter icons for everyone
  • 100,000 pre-registrations – Summoning Ticket x2 (for a total of seven) + Twitter header images for everyone
  • 200,000 pre-registrations – Summoning Ticket x3 (for a total of 10) + PC and smartphone wallpapers for everyone

In related news, Weekly Famitsu this week also has an interview with Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition producer Yusuke Tomizawa and original version chief director Yoshito Higuchi, who discuss the upcoming remaster, the new structure of the Tales of series from hereon, and more.

Watch the Tales of Crestoria teaser trailers below.

Concept Teaser

Concept Teaser (Alternate Version)

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