takt op. Mobile Game to Launch English Version Later This Year

takt op. Symphony


The world of takt op.Destiny is getting ready to expand further, with the official channels revealing updated plans for the English version of the mobile game. Titled takt op. Symphony, the game currently has an English version planned for release sometime later this year on iOS and Android devices.


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Ahead of that, a beta test will kick off later this month, and you can see the recent music concept promo that arrived along with the news below.



Here's how Bandai Namco Arts and DeNA describe it:


takt op. Symphony is themed around classical music, with the games background story taking place in a world where such music has been lost. Only the Musicarts can fight the Despair Dolls and save their world from destruction. The Musicarts are the personification of legendary classical pieces from Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 to Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake.


The battle to regain hope has begun, and it's up to you to lead it! Strategy is key when lining up your forces and choosing the right time to activate powerful skills and abilities to thwart your enemies.


Memories reflect the Musicarts' lives and combat experiences. In takt op. Symphony, memories are a key tool in the player's arsenal and can be used by different Musicarts for different effects.


The takt op. mobile game was previously planned for 2021 before being hit with a delay. The Japanese version, takt op. Unmei wa Akaki Senritsu no Machi o, is set for a late June launch on iOS and Android devices.


Crunchyroll streamed the takt op.Destiny TV anime as it aired as part of the Fall 2021 anime season, describing the series like so:


Music is the light that illuminates people's hearts– and that "light" was suddenly taken from the world.

The world changed the night the black "Kuroya Meteorite" fell.

Grotesque monsters known as D2 emerged from the meteorite and began to overrun the land and people.

As the D2 were drawn to melodies people played, eventually "music" itself became taboo.

However, those who opposed the monsters appeared. They the "Musicart," girls who draw power from music.

They possess the great operas and musical scores of humanity history and use them to defeat the D2.


Source: Official website via Anime News Network




Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his comics at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.

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