Sega announced the release date for its upcoming new RPG, Sin Chronicle. It will come out for mobile devices in Japan on March 23, 2022. Originally, it had a release window of December 2021, but Sega delayed the launch after user feedback. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]
Sin Chronicle, which follows Sega’s other title Chain Chronicle, is a “choice-based RPG.” The story changes depending on how you answer certain questions. The game itself will be free to play, but there will be micro transactions. According to the description, you have to pay to get certain items in Sin Chronicle, but it’s unclear what those items will be. There is a recruitment system for characters you encounter, and you can obtain weapons naturally in the game.
So far, 200,000 people pre-registered for Sin Chronicle. The roadmap for pre-registration bonuses is on the website. At 300,000 people, it will bring in two people (the protagonist and Phoena) from Chain Chronicle as crossover characters. Lastly, if 500,000 people pre-register, players will get a large gift of gems. Sega will hold a poll for players to choose if they want to get 800 gems immediately, or get 500 gems every day over the course of 4 days (maximum 2000 gems).
Sin Chronicle has a release date of March 23, 2022 in Japan, and it will appear on mobile devices.