Sora to Umi no Aida coming to PC in spring 2018 in Japan

The new smartphone game from the creator of Sakura Wars.

Sora to Umi no Aida

Sora to Umi no Aida, ForwardWorks’ upcoming iOS and Android game led by Sakura Wars creator Oji Hiroi, is coming to PC via DMM Games in spring 2018 in Japan, the company announced at Tokyo Game Show 2017.

Users who play the smartphone version, which launches in Japan in early October, will be able to sync up their game data with the PC version. Since both versions use the same data, you can switch between versions at your leisure, playing on PC when you’re at home, or on your smartphone when you’re on the go.

Additionally, following the Japanese release of Sora to Umi no Aida, So-net Taiwan will release the game in Taiwan, Hong, and Macau. As ForwardWorks’ first original IP, a web radio broadcast has already begun ahed of the game’s release, a comic serialization will begin in September, and a TV anime produced by Toms Entertainment is also planned to debut in 2018.

If you missed it back in July, read more about Sora to Umi no Aida here.

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