404 GAME RE:SET is a new game to be revealed on February 10th by SEGA and NieR Director Yoko Taro
Gaming giant SEGA has announced 404 GAME RE:SET a new RPG game that will reportedly be released on both Android and iOS. The game will be developed by NieR creator Yoko Taro. SEGA will reveal further details of the game on February 10 at 6:00 PM (local time in Thailand) during a showcase event.SEGA released a teaser trailer for 404 GAME RE:SET ahead of the showcase event
404 GAME RE:SET will be a collaboration between SEGA and Yoko Taro, the trailer for the game was released on the youtube channel of SEGA, which was more of a reveal trailer for the game in order to give some basic insights to the fan across the globe and make them aware of the game which will be launched on a further date.Image via SEGA
Not much information about the game is out on the market, but that will definitely change with the showcase event for the game scheduled on February 10 at 6.00 PM (local time in Thailand). A pre-registration campaign is expected to take place which will allow every player to get 10 gems as an in-game resource when the game will launch.
The teaser trailer doesn’t give out much information as to what players can expect from the game. The smartphone dropped, in the beginning, features the text “Create a brighter future.” and “Destroy SEGA,” before finally reading, “2023.2.10 The World Will Change.” The genre of the game is expected to be RPG, other than that it is hard to comment on what the game will be offering.
As always, interested fans can access the official website of the game along with the official Twitter handle for the game. The game will be made available to both Android and iOS, fans can access the game through Google Play and the Apple Store.
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