Today Korean developer Shift Up announced that its mobile game Destiny Child has passed a relevant downloads milestone.
The game, which has been available for iOS and Android since 2016, has passed 10 million downloads worldwide.
To celebrate, players who log in from now until April 10 will receive special lucky boxes including random rewards, including Child Summon Tickets, Ignition Core Materials, Equipment Craft Tools, Crystals, and Blood
Users who have not logged in for the past 30 days will also receive a 5-star Tamamo, crystal, and other rewards via a special 8-day login bonus.
A new raid and storyline have been implemented to celebrate the milestone on top of the rewards.
If you’re unfamiliar with Destiny Child, it’s basically the quintessential waifu gacha game thanks to the artwork by popular Korean artist Kim Hyung Tae (who worked on the Magna Carta series and Blade & Soul, among other things). The player takes the role of a weak but kind demon as he needs to lead a bunch of waifus named “Child” (ok, there are also a few male ones, but no one really cares) to fight against other demons.