Not far from a year after announcing the project, Spike Chunsoft finally unveils a trailer of Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling Into Darkness, the first adaptation into a video game of the manga signed akihito tsukushi, which will ultimately be available at the end of Year all over the world on PS4, Switch and Steam.
- Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling Into Darkness – Trailer (Japanese)
- Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling Into Darkness – Trailer (English)
The timing of the ad is not a coincidence since we just learned that the season 2 of the animation series will be broadcast in July on crunchroll. 13 additional episodes that will be added to those of Season 1 (released in July 2017) and animated film (Aurore of the depth soul) released in January 2020.
However, there is no obligation to have seen the anime to take an interest in the game developed by Chime Corporation, especially since it will tell its own story. Better to be warned that Made in Abyss is part of this family of manga with (very) false cute, whose childish characters are only there to see and undergo a number of atrocities.
The trailer (available in Japanese but also in English for the most audacious) shows that this adaptation will not be afraid to run the blood. Taking the form of an action-rpg, the game takes place a few days after the meeting between the young rico adventurer and the amazing legural robot, but then weave his own story instead of tracing that already known, even if we find well heard many characters from the series with their active comedians.
A collector edition will accompany the release of Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling Into Darkness at the end of the year. This includes a rigid coverage notebook containing visuals and information on primitive creatures, relics, whistles and space your own notes, as well as a 61 x 92 cm fabric poster with an exclusive illustration Made by the Animation Studio Kinema Citrus.
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling Into Darkness – Trailer (Japanese)