Bleach: Paradise Lost Trailer Shows How You’ll Hunt Hollows As A GPS-Using Shinigami

By Sato . September 8, 2017 . 4:00am

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Bleach is getting a new smartphone RPG called Bleach: Paradise Lost that will have you track and destroy local Hollows by using your phone’s GPS. Here’s a new trailer to celebrate its 500,000 pre-registrations.

 

As previously detailed and shown in the vide, Bleach: Paradise Lost features 3D turn-based battles with a variety of familiar characters from the series and their many iconic moves. The game features characters from Gotei 13 as well as the Human World, and it has a story that takes place between Karakura Town and Soul Society.

 

The game uses GPS to use the player’s location to help find nearby Hollows to take out. So it basically works like Pokémon GO, except you’re a Shinigami and you’ll go around defeating Hollows to protect your town.

 

To further celebrate the 500,000 early registrations milestone, players will get 150 “Soul Crystals” and 300000 “Rings” used for gacha pulls when the game launches.

 

Bleach: Paradise Lost releases in Japan in 2017 for iOS and Android through LINE’s game portal.


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