Tales of Luminaria End of Service

Tales of Luminaria to End Service in July

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Bandai Namco has announced that Tales of Luminaria will end service on July 20, 2022. The developers thank players for their time spent with the mobile title. Paid currency purchases will be suspended starting on June 7, 2022. However, consumers can use any paid currency they’ve acquired until the end of service. Additionally, the developers are considering creating a “digital archive” of sorts where players can look at costumes, illustrations, and designs. More information about this will appear sometime in the future.

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The developers also released a separate statement concerning the continuation of the story. While the main story will not see a conclusion, and some characters will not be receiving a second episode, the developers will release a special episode instead. “Episode Final” is a story that will take place before the events that occurred in the Tales of Luminaria anime, Tales of Luminaria: Fateful Crossroad.

The title was released for mobile devices on November 4, 2021. It featured a story centering on 21 different characters, detailing the paths of their lives and how they would eventually intersect. Subsequent updates added quality of life features to the game such as waist equipment slots for attachments and Japanese and English dual audio options.

Tales of Luminaria is available for Android and iOS devices, but will end service on July 20, 2022.

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