KOS-MOS featured in Xenosaga crossover for Tales of the Rays
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KOS-MOS From Xenosaga Will Appear in Tales of the Rays

Bandai Namco revealed new crossover content from Xenosaga for the Japanese mobile game Tales of the Rays. The event’s main highlight will be the in-person appearance of KOS-MOS, the combat android who is also the series’ main star. Mariko Suzuki, the original Japanese voice actress for KOS-MOS, will also return to reprise her role in Tales of the Rays.

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The crossover will also provide new Xenosaga-themed costumes for several existing Tales Of series characters. Tales of Berseria‘s protagonist Velvet will get a T-elos costume, while the deuteragonist Laphicet will receive a chaos outfit. Kanonno Earhart, who originally appeared in the 2009 PSP entry Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2, will also have a costume modeled after MOMO Mizrahi.

Bandai Namco has also uploaded a trailer showcasing the Xenosaga crossover content on the Tales Of YouTube channel:

Xenosaga will not be the first external franchise to provide crossover content in Tales of the Rays. Bandai Namco had previously launched in-house collaborations with God Eater and Scarlet Nexus. The company also held two crossover events with Slayers, adding characters like Lina Inverse and Naga the Serpent.

KOS-MOS and the Xenosaga-themed character costumes will appear in Tales of the Rays, available on Android and iOS devices exclusively in Japan. The game used to have a global English version that launched in July 2017, but Bandai Namco shut it down in May 2018.

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