LINE Game Bleach: Paradise Lost announced for iOS, Android

Free-to-play LINE Game due out in Japan in 2017.

Bleach: Paradise Lost

LINE is developing a new Bleach game for iOS and Android called Bleach: Paradise Lost, the latest issue of Weekly Jump reveals. It will launch in Japan as a free-to-play title with in-app purchases in 2017.

Bleach: Paradise Lost is a “Bankai 3D tap RPG” in which Hollow appear in the real world. Players are tasked with protecting the city they reside from the Hollow’s evil hand. Hollow will appear in the real world based on your location information. Players will become a Shinigami and defend their city, using GPS to exterminate the Hollow.

The game features a story mode which “perfectly reproduces” famous scenes, in which Karakura Town and Soul Society make up the setting. The battle system is turn-based. Players will form their own deck and create a strategy based on the skills of the characters.

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