Square Enix announces Guardian Codex for smartphones

A followup to Guardian Cross.

Guardian Codex

Square Enix has announced Guardian Codex, a new RPG and followup to Guardian Cross for iOS and Android due out worldwide this fall.

Here’s an overview, via the game’s official website:

Story

Enter the virtual world of the Codex…

In the year 2030, the world is split between the Empire and the Resistance.

Outmatched by the Empire, the Resistance has nowhere to turn except to send their agents into the “Codex,” a virtual reality version of the world from ancient times. As one of their agents, you are sent into the Codex with a vital mission: find the extinct legendary “Guardians.”

The Resistance’s goal is to transfer the virtual Guardians into the real world and use them to defeat the Empire. But your journey isn’t as easy as it sounds. Immerse yourself in the world of the Codex to better understand the Guardians and help the Resistance!

System

Work together with up to three additional players in multiplayer mode.

Guardians

Guardians are depicted in quality 3D graphics.

Pre-Registration

Pre-registration is now open. Get up to 6,0000 Codex Credits for free by “Liking” the official Facebook page or following the official Twitter account to pre-register.

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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