Tales of Arise Online Theater Theme

Tales of Arise Online Theater Theme Song Revealed

Bandai Namco shared the Tales of Arise Online Theater theme song, which features a song by Kankaku Piero. Kankaku Piero provided the opening song “Hibana” for Tales of Arise. The group returned to create the theme for the online stage play. The Tales of Arise Online Theater theme song features several visuals from the game, focusing on important moments and characters.

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You can watch the music video for “Monochrome Sentimental Believer” by Kankaku Piero below. However, it does contain major story spoilers for Tales of Arise.

Tales of Arise Online Theater is a stage play version of Tales of Arise. However, it aims to focus on the various viewpoints of each character. The synopsis from the official website reveals that the stage play will take place during a major story segment in the second area of the game. The website also details the various cast members that will appear in the stage play. It will be broadcast online on March 26 and March 27, 2022. While Tales of Arise will receive a stage play, Tales of series and Tales of Arise Producer Yusuke Tomizawa revealed that the title will not receive an animated adaptation.

Tales of Arise is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and PC.

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