SINoALICE and Sanrio Collaboration Announced


SINoALICE will feature a Sanrio collaboration, which will see several of its main characters receive inspired designs. Square Enix revealed the collaboration through its official YouTube account. The video featured a short look at several of the character designs that will appear as part of the SINoALICE and Sanrio collaboration. Additionally, players will have the opportunity to receive a Hello Kitty Nightmare. The collaboration will begin on February 8 and last until February 22, 2022. The collaboration is only available to the Japanese version of the game. It has not been announced for the global version. [Thanks, Gamer!]

Players will also receive up to 800 Twilight Crystals currency during the collaboration period as part of a login bonus. Players can obtain more Twilight Crystals and various enhancement materials through collaboration quest completion. Additionally, two types of limited time summon banners will be available. Both feature a 5-step summon. Characters that will receive Sanrio inspired designs include Alice, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, and Hamelin.

You can see the full designs in the video below.

SINoALICE has seen several collaborations appear in the mobile title. This has included a NieR: Automata collaboration, and a Code Geass collaboration. During these periods, players could obtain unique collaboration units.

SINoALICE is available for Android and iOS devices. The Sanrio collaboration will be available in the Japanese version of the game until February 22, 2022.

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