Shoumetsu Toshi: Afterlost announced for smartphones, launches worldwide in April 2019

Due out worldwide in April 2019.

Shoumetsu Toshi: Afterlost

Wright Flyer Studios has announced Shoumetsu Toshi: Afterlost, the latest entry in its “drama action RPG” smartphone series. It will launch worldwide in April 2019 alongside the debut of the Shoumetsu Toshi TV anime. While not specifically stated, we are assuming this is the project announced in May as Shoumetsu Toshi: Drama RPG Mix.

The original Shoumetsu Toshi first launched for smartphones on May 26, 2014 in Japan. Shoumetsu Toshi 2 launched as an update to the original game on November 17, 2016, followed by the Shoumetsu Toshi 0. update on November 25, 2018. Unlike Shoumetsu Toshi 2 and 0., Shoumetsu Toshi: Afterlost is a standalone release, not an update. It is also the first title in the series to be released outside of Japan.

In addition to the smartphone game announcement, Wright Flyer Studios also released the first official trailer for the Shoumetsu Toshi anime.

Watch the Shoumetsu Toshi: Afterlost teaser trailer and the Shoumetsu Toshi anime trailer below.

Shoumetsu Toshi: Afterlost

Shoumetsu Toshi Anime

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