See How the Tower of Fantasy Evangelion Crossover Looks
Image via Hotta Studio and Level Infinite

See How the Tower of Fantasy Evangelion Crossover Items Look

The Tower of Fantasy Evangelion update will bring Asuka Shikinami Langley, Pen Pen, Angels, and EVA 00, 01, and 02 on March 12, 2024. A new trailer for the 3.7 update that highlights the additions and new images show what people can expect when it all arrives.

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First, here’s the full trailer for the Tower of Fantasy Evangelion crossover update in version 3.7. It begins by announcing the state of emergency for Mirroria, with troops and people all waiting for the attack. Then, we hear the line, “They’re here.” It is then that the Angels attack. First, we see Fourth Angel, who is also known as Sachiel. That’s followed by a glimpse of the second form of the Tenth Angel, who was known as Zeruel in the original series. (The fact that this is the second form shows this is based on the Rebuild of Evangelion depiction.) That’s followed by footage of the EVAs and the Asuka simulacrum that will be playable.

Here’s the gallery showing almost all of the Evangelion elements that will be in Tower of Fantasy, though while the EVA units, Angels, and Pen Pen appear, there wasn’t additional art of Asuka provided by Hotta Studio and Level Infinite.

Tower of Fantasy is available for the PS4, PS5, PC, and mobile devices. The Evangelion crossover starts on March 12, 2024. The Evangelion anime is on Netflix, while the Rebuild of Evangelion movies are on Amazon.

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