Square Enix announced that the Engage Kill mobile RPG has begun accepting pre-registrations via its official Twitter and LINE accounts. Depending on the number of registrations, players will receive items such as in-game currency and scout tickets when the game officially releases.
Engage Kill is an animated timeline battle RPG that shares the same worldview as the Engage Kiss anime, which began airing recently on July 2. Characters from both the anime and the game will appear in the app to tell the story from a unique perspective.
A TV commercial for the game was posted on Square Enix’s YouTube channel:
▍Engage Kill Pre-Registration Campaigns
In the pre-registration campaign, in-game items will be given to all players after the official service starts, depending on the number of pre-registrations. Players can pre-register by following the official Twitter/ LINE. The rewards are as follows:
100 000: Beiron Dollar x 100,000
150 000: Scout Ticket x 10
200 000: 3★ [Public and Private Partner] Kisara x 1
To celebrate the start of the broadcast of the anime, the official Twitter account of Engage Kiss and the official Twitter account of Engage Kill (@EngageKill_PR) will hold a double-follow campaign!
To enter both campaigns, follow the official Twitter accounts of “Engage Kiss” (@engage_kiss) and “Engage Kill” (@EngageKill_PR), and retweet the eligible posts to complete your entry. Rewards include signed boards, gift cards, and more.
▍About Engage Kill
The mobile game is part of “Project Engage” with an original scenario by Fumiaki Maruto, the writer of the visual novel White Album 2, and character design by Date A Live illustrator Tsunako. The project also includes an anime that premiered on July 2. However, the details of the mobile game, including the game genre and release schedule are yet to be revealed.
The anime is set in Baylong City, an artificial island city established, outside of any country’s jurisdiction, in the Pacific Ocean to exploit local natural resources. In particular, the mining of the new energy resource “orgonium” has resulted in an outbreak of “D disasters”, a phenomenon that attracts demons to the city. Private military companies (PMCs) are tasked with dealing with these incidents.