Sin Chronicle will release in Japan on December 15 and will be available through the App Store and Google Play. Pre-registration is available. However, there is currently no news on when the game will come to the west.
Offering a “true role-playing experience”, Sin Chronicle will allow players to determine the ending and make “two final choices. Who will live? Who will die?”. This involves “no do-overs”, suggesting that any choices made will be permanent and with consequence.
The game will likely see some form of traditional party-system, as “the allies you make along your journey will affect the outcome of the story”. Similarly, it will include turn-based combat.
Interestingly, one point on the store page suggests that players share the outcome of their Sin Chronicle campaign on Twitter, as “each player’s experience is connected to form a larger story”.
Finally, the store page has also listed the names of Sin Chronicle‘s characters – and the voice actors behind them:
- Sera (voiced by Aoi Yuki)
- Chloe (voiced by Aoi Yuki)
- Protagonist (voiced by Taito Ban)
- Gunther (voiced by Yuichi Nakamura)
- Anne (voiced by Kana Hanazawa)
- Lion (voiced by Junichi Suwabe)
- Biscuit (voiced by Mariya Ise)
- Gaust (voiced by Tomokazu Sugita)
- Violet (voiced by Ai Orikasa)
- Lehan (voiced by Hikaru Midorikawa)
The main composer for Sin Chronicle will be Kevin Penkin, who has previously scored the anime series Made In Abyss.