SINoALICE Cinderella Sorcerer Will Arrive in the Incarnation of Envy Event

Cinderella SINoALICE Incarnation of Envy

A new SINoALICE event is on the way. Starting July 6, 2020, players will be able to get Cinderella Sorcerer from the limited time Incarnation of Envy event. By playing through the story, you will able to unlock the Sorcerer class version of Cinderella, along with the Nightmare Drizella. This is event will be limited to the global version of the game. Details regarding the SINoALICE Incarnation of Envy event haven’t yet been specified, or what the requirements to grab this new version of Cinderella will be. However, those details will more than likely be detailed tomorrow once the event goes live at 9:00 UTC+0.

SINoALICE is a mobile game by Yoko Taro. This turn based RPG title takes place in a fictional world where storybook characters like Alice, Cinderella, Snow White, and Pinocchio fight through hordes of enemies in search of their author. The Global release of the game had been met with numerous setbacks, but finally launched this month. The Cinderella Incarnation of Envy event in SINoALICE will be the second event to hit the game. Additionally, the Shattered Memories event is currently taking place, and by earning enough medals players can get themselves the Clock Rabbit Nightmare.

If you’re a fan of Yoko Taro’s body of work, or this concept interests you, we’ve written a beginner’s guide that goes through the early mechanics of the game. This includes how to best utilize your first gacha roll, how to set up your characters, and more.

SINoALICE Global is available on iOS and Android. Its crossover event with NieR: Automata and NieR Replicant will begin on July 16, 2020.

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