Project Babel launches in 2019 in Japan, debut trailer

Meet the characters.

Colopl announced a 2019 Japanese release window and debuted the first trailer for its recently announced smartphone RPG Project Babel at Colopl Fes 2018.

The game’s official website was also updated with the game’s key artwork and character introductions:

■ Key Artwork

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■ Staff

  • Scenario: Kazushige Nojima (Final Fantasy VII, Dragons Dogma Online, etc.)
  • Sound: Hitoshi Sakimoto (Final Fantasy XII, Tactics Ogre, etc.)
  • Concept Art: Inei (concept art specialist company)

■ Story

He lamented that “the town will die.”

But he wanted to leave this place.

The sky was higher and the wind more powerful than he imagined.

As if they were calling him.

■ Characters

Rye

A naive boy raised in seclusion.

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Milesia

A lonely girl raised in a cage.

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Pokke

A somewhat meddlesome girl who is like a sister to Rye.

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Itaku

A troubled friend friend awakened to justice.

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Tonoto

A low-ranking soldier who loves maintaining the status quo.

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Watch the debut trailer below.

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