Medabots S: Unlimited Nova official trailer, pre-registration now available in Japan

Pre-register for rubies, coins, and Medabots.

Medabots S: Unlimited Nova

Imagineer has released the official trailer for Medabots S: Unlimited Nova, as well as opened pre-registration at the game’s official website.

Depending on the amount of pre-registrations, players will receive various rewards when the game launches, including:

  • 30,000 pre-registrations – Four rubies and 50,000 coins
  • 50,000 pre-registrations – 20 rubies and P-Rokusho
  • 70,000 pre-registrations – Four rubies and 50,000 coins
  • 100,000 pre-registrations – 40 rubies and G-Metabee

The iOS and Android title follows a boy named Arase Osumi, who comes into possession of a Medabot through unusual means and participates in the Robattle tournament known as the “Medalympics.” he winner of this tournament will seemingly be granted anything they desire.

In addition to Medabots S-original characteers such as Arase, his Medabot Cross Messiah, and the airheaded girl Hisaki Kaguya, characters from previous Medabots titles will also appear including Hikaru, Ikki, Koishimaru, Azuma, Salt, and Tenma.

Battles use a three-versus-three command-based system. After battle, collected parts and medals can be set in the customization screen. Parts and medals can also be leveled up.

Watch the new trailer below.

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