Free-to-play card battle RPG Divine Grimoire coming to PS4, PS Vita

Summon units to fight in turn-based battles.

Divine Grimoire

Lions Film is bringing free-to-play card battle RPG Divine Grimoire to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan, the company announced. A release date was not announced.

Developed by Chinese studio ShenZhen Fire Element Network Technology, Divine Grimoire first released for PC browser in Japan in September 2012. A “unit summons-type fantasy RPG,” players summon units to fight in turn-based battles, and can put together their very own Grimoire (card deck) by collecting, enhancing, and trading cards. There is also a full-blown single-player mode.

Visit the official website for the PC browser version here.

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