As of December 22, the mobile game takt op. Destiny in the City of Crimson Melody (takt op. Unmei wa Shinkuki Senritsu no Machi wo) is officially open for pre-registration in Japan. According to their announcement, fans can pre-register by following the game’s official Twitter account. See the takt op. Destiny game pre-registration announcement below:
In case you missed it – takt op. Destiny episode 12 officially concluded the anime’s story. However, a TV commercial for takt op. Destiny in the City of Crimson Melody (takt op. Unmei wa Shinkuki Senritsu no Machi wo) was also released after. The short video teases that the story “will move on to the next stage in Berlin.” It also features the Musicart Destiny who was in the anime finale’s post-credit scene:
The upcoming takt op. Destiny game pre-registration is also available on the mobile app store, TapTap, but without a release date. The game was initially scheduled to release in Japan this 2021 but was postponed for further developments. Fans can also visit the official website to watch special promotional videos for each of the Musicart girls and their gameplay.
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About takt op. Destiny
takt op. Destiny (pronounced “takt opus“) is a mixed-media project about classical music by Bandai Namco Arts and DeNA. DeNA China Co., Ltd. is developing the RPG mobile game while MAPPA and Madhouse Studios animated the anime. takt op. Destiny follows the story of how “Musicarts” and ” Conductors” fight against the D2 monsters to bring music back to the world. The anime is also available to watch on Crunchyroll, VRV, Ani-one, and Amazon in select regions.
Source: takt op. Destiny Official Website
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