Re:Zero Witch's Re:surrection
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Re:Zero Witch’s Re:surrection Game Will Launch in Summer 2024

Kadokawa announced a release window for Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World: Witch’s Re:surrection, and the new mobile game will be available in Summer 2024. It is only confirmed for Japan at the moment. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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The company has also published some of the gameplay features for the new mobile game on its official website. Witch’s Re:surrection will play like a regular RPG where the player will control the party leader to traverse fields while clearing quests and fighting monsters in turn-based battles.

The mobile RPG will have the following eight main party members; each having their own specialty roles. Kadokawa also teased that it will add many other characters as supporting characters.

  1. Subaru – Defensive tank
  2. Emilia – Attacker with healing capabilities
  3. Rem – Dedicated healer
  4. Ram – Magic supporter with ally buff and enemy debuff spells
  5. Wilhelm – Sword-wielding physical attacker
  6. Crusch – All-around (physical & magical) attacker
  7. Julius – Swordfighter who focuses on support
  8. Garfiel – Tank who can also heal allies

The renowned Japanese singer Konomi Suzuki will perform the game’s theme song, which is titled “Resurrection.” Kadokawa has uploaded a new trailer featuring the theme song on YouTube:

Kadokawa revealed the first teaser trailer for Witch’s Re:surrection in March 2023. It took more than a year since then until the company confirmed a release window for the new mobile game.

Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World: Witch’s Re:surrection game will be available as a free-to-play game for iOS and Android mobile devices in Japan in Summer 2024.

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