Sega and DelightWorks’ co-developed mobile RPG “Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi” (サクラ革命 ～華咲く乙女たち～) announces that it will shut down on June 30. The game launched on December 15, 2020 and has only run for seven months. The current app will be transformed into a “Function Limited Edition,” but details are not yet confirmed.
“Sakura Kakumei” is the latest smartphone game of the “Sakura Wars” franchise and is set in a modern day world in 2011 which is about seven decades after the PS4 “Sakura Wars” game. Japan, which suffered devastating damage in the “Capital Catastrophe” that occurred 16 years ago, has been reconstructed thanks to a new type of energy based on spiritual power, “Mirai.”
The turn-based command RPG allows players to play as the commander and lead the girls to win in battles. The girls are differentiated by their range types (direct, shooter, and spot) and unique maidens. Players can also equip Spiricle Amulets to increase stats of the girls.
The game has a score of 3.7 in the QooApp Game Store.