Utawarerumono: Lost Flag launches in November in Japan

Over 20 characters to appear, with more planned for the future.

Utawarerumono: Lost Flag

Utawarerumono: Lost Flag will launch for iOS and Android devices in November in Japan, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

The magazine also confirms the following new details:

  • The story is set in a different world from the Utawarerumono trilogy. The reason you were summoned by the fog and wind up in this world will be made clear during the story.
  • The scenario is something players are looking forward to, so the goal is to further immerse players into the world as they progress through the story.
  • While Aquaplus honestly had to feel its way around some parts of smartphone development, it is thankful for the wisdom and support it received from many.
  • Over 20 characters will appear. More characters will be added at fixed intervals.
  • While you can befriend new characters through gacha, there are also several characters you can befriend without gacha, but rather by advancing the story.
  • Character rarities are classified by number of stars. By training a character, you can increase their number of stars to the maximum amount. In this way, even if your favorite character has a low number of stars, you can train them to play an active role in battle.
  • Characters will get stronger by building up experience points. Increasing a character’s number of stars requires specific conditions.

If you missed it, the Utawarerumono: Lost Flag official Twitter account has been tweeting various short gameplay videos, including Rulutieh, Kuon, Akuta, Minagi, and an event scene.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089 and Games Talk.

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