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Tales of Luminaria Anime Will Remain Available After Service Ends

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The Tales of Luminaria anime will remain available even after service for the mobile title ends. The official Tales of Luminaria Twitter account revealed this information, apologizing for any concern this may have caused users. This means the Tales of Luminaria anime, Tales of Luminaria The Fateful Crossroad, will remain available through streaming services. Viewers can currently watch the anime through Funimation and Crunchyroll.

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The anime series was produced by Kamikaze Douga. The studio previously worked on the animated shorts and opening for Tales of Crestoria, another mobile Tales of title that has ended service. Tales of Luminaria The Fateful Crossroad focuses on several key characters from the mobile game. It expands upon the central conflict between these characters, as well as their individual motives for joining the faction they appear in.

While Tales of Luminaria will not see a complete conclusion, the developers will instead release a special final episode. It will expand upon events that took place before the anime. The final episode will appear sometime before the game ends service.

Tales of Luminaria is available for Android and iOS devices but will end service on July 20, 2022. Tales of Luminaria The Fateful Crossroad is available to stream through Funimation and Crunchyroll.

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