‘Sin Chronicle’ Is SEGA’s New RPG Revealed at TGS 2021, Coming December 15th in Japan for iOS and Android

A few weeks ago, after some buzz around the TGS 2021 schedule that listed a new RPG from SEGA / Atlus, the first teaser for the game went up confirming that the upcoming RPG from SEGA would be for smartphones. The reveal was confirmed for TGS and SEGA unveiled Sin Chronicle (via Gematsu). Sin Chronicle promises to be a true role-playing experience with your decisions having big consequences at the end of each chapter. It includes free roaming, big open fields, hack and slash combat, and more. The music is being composed by Kevin Penkin (Star Wars Visions, Florence) with guest composers including Masashi Hamauzu (Final Fantasy), Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger), Yuzo Koshiro (Etrian Odyssey, Streets of Rage), and a lot more. Watch the first gameplay and showcase for Sin Chronicle below:

As of now, Sin Chronicle is only confirmed for release in Japan. It is available to pre-order on the App Store for iOS here and pre-register on Google Play for Android here. The Japanese release date is December 15th. Even though this is the first proper showcase for the game, Sin Chronicle looks great. I hope SEGA gives it a worldwide release in the future. I’m curious to see how the monetisation is and how post launch support ends up being for the game. Are you going to try out the Japanese release for Sin Chronicle or are you waiting for a global release?

[Source: Gematsu]

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