CC appearing as Code Geass crossover content in Alice Gear Aegis
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Code Geass Crossover Event Will Appear in Alice Gear Aegis

Colopl will add new crossover content from Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion to Alice Gear Aegis. Characters from the mecha anime show will appear in the mecha musume action game in late April 2024.

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The company started promoting the crossover by publishing the initial teaser trailer. Zero (Lelouch) will also make an appearance with new lines from his voice actor Jun Fukuyama, but the main highlight will be the 3D appearances of C.C. and Kallen.

Colopl has since uploaded a newer trailer focusing on C.C., who will appear with a Gear version of the Knightmare Frame IFX-V3D1 Gawain. The game will also provide multiple alternate costumes, such as the Ashford Academy uniform and the outfit C.C. wore during her first appearance.

The C.C. gameplay trailer is available right below. Kanetake Ebikawa’s artwork for C.C.’s Gawain Gear is also viewable via Inside Games.

The Alice Gear Aegis franchise also has a video game available for consoles. Alice Gear Aegis CS: Concerto of Simulatrix is available worldwide on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. However, the Code Geass crossover content will appear exclusively in the original game available in Japan on iOS and Android devices, as well as on PCs via DMM Games.

This collaboration will also add a new entry to the list of games that have added Code Geass crossover content. Prior titles in the list included Love Live! School Idol Festival and LINE: Monster Rancher.

The Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion crossover content will be available in the mobile and PC game Alice Gear Aegis for a limited time starting from April 25, 2024.

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