The Promised Neverland: Escape the Hunting Grounds for iOS, Android launches this spring in Japan

The official The Promised Neverland online escape game.

The Promised Neverland: Escape the Hunting Grounds

The Promised Neverland: Escape the Hunting Grounds, the January-announced smartphone game, will launch for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play this spring in Japan, publisher CyberAgent and developer GOODROID announced. Pre-registration is available now.

Here is an overview of the game, via its store pages:

About

The official The Promised Neverland online escape game. Match and cooperate with other players in real-time, while defeating Demons and searching for an escape. Enjoy cooperative play with others while basking in the world of The Promised Neverland.

Key Features

  • Maps Themed After Various Scenes – Various maps from The Promised Neverland appear, including Grace Field and Goldy Pond.
  • Mix and Match Your Characters and Weapons – A large number of characters appear in the game. And since there are also all sorts of weapons, you can mix and match your favorite characters and weapons in your goal to escape.
  • Items That Help You Escape – Use items effective against the Demons trying to stop you from escaping to keep them at bay and escape.

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