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Square Enix JRPG Gate of Nightmares by Fairy Tail Creator Gets Japanese Release Date

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Square Enix JRPG Gate of Nightmares by Fairy Tail Creator Gets Japanese Release Date

Square Enix has announced the Japanese release date of Gate of Nightmares, a mobile JRPG by popular mangaka Hiro Mashima.

Square Enix has announced the Japanese release date of Gate of Nightmares, an upcoming mobile JRPG that carries the signature of popular mangaka Hiro Mashima.

The game will launch locally on October 26, for iOS and Android.

We also get a brand new “final” trailer showcasing more of the story, its characters, and gameplay.

Speaking of trailers, Square Enix also released two videos dedicated to two more characters, Gran and Roy.

These follow the release of recent trailers for Azel and Emma, those portraying Merle and Oliver, the promotional videos for Elena Maria, Nord, Estio, Jigair, and Abigail, the trailer revealing Luka, the one featuring Olivia, the batch focusing on Oristoll, Allen, Leonis, and Barthus, the one focusing on Euphoria, Varcelio, Segerpop, Cider, and Tom, and more showcasing Luisa, Miguel, Beatrix, Serena, Lamberka, Belaire, Lumina, Saeed, Melkarea, Sigma, Marro, Ronja, and Mei Fang.

You can check them out below.

Gate of Nightmares was initially announced back in April for iOS and Android, and if you’re not familiar with Mashima-sensei’s creations, he’s the mangaka behind Fairy Tail and Edens Zero. For this game, he designed the characters and created the world.

The scenario is written by Jin Fujisawa, who worked on Dragon Quest VIII, IX, and X, while the music is by Yasuharu Takanashi, who worked on many anime like Fairy Tail, Log Horizon, and Naruto.

At the moment, Gate of Nightmares has been announced only for Japan and does not have a release date. Square Enix has made no mention of the possibility of a western release, but it has been bringing many of its mobile games to North America and Europe as of late, so I wouldn’t exclude seeing this one in English as well, at some point. We’ll have to wait and see.

In the meanwhile, you can also watch another extensive gameplay video.

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