Gumi’s Crystal of Re:union to land soon on SEA and Oceania

Written by Louis

August 19, 2017

Build kingdoms and lead your soldiers to battle in Gumi and Orange Cube’s mobile strategy title, Crystal of Re:union.

Becoming the king of the world is the ultimate goal in Gumi and Orange Cube’s strategy title for Android and iOS, named Crystal of Re:union which will be making its global release sometime during the 3rd quarter of this year after being launched in Japan back in April.

Set in the world of Midgard, Crystal of Re:union will allow players to create their respective kingdoms, each of them aided by a legendary hero, mixing both Real Time Strategy and Role Playing Game elements.

Pretty much utilizing the Freemium model, Crystal of Re:union will be a free-to-play title complete with microtransactions, albeit Gumi’s President Hironao Kunimitsu promises in-game balance, together with high-quality content and hopes that the SEA and OCE audience will get to enjoy the mix of RPG and RTS that Crystal of Re:union offers.

Crystal of Re:union will be launching sometime this 3rd Quarter of 2017 with the pre-registration period to start soon.

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