(Last updated on: September 3, 2023)
On Saturday, Cygames announced the official title for its highly anticipated “Project GAMM” game: Garnet Arena: Mages of Magicary. The initial announcement of the game dates back to May 2021, and now the company has gone a step further by showcasing some mesmerizing concept art at the “Cygames Exhibition: Artwork art” is held at the Ueno Imperial Museum in Tokyo.
The long-awaited glimpse into the game’s visual world is also available on Famitsu’s website and was provided as a preview in a Twitter post.
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Garnet Arena: Mages of Magicary promises to take players into the enchanting world of “Noir”, a classic fantasy universe characterized by its ever-changing weather, where magicians harness the power of magic. by combining diverse schools of magic.
The game’s English website cleverly entices potential players with the tagline “The most beautiful battle in the world.”
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詳細はこちら👇https://t.co/6gPRDtiSDE image. twitter.com/yLfZF4Ia23
— Cygames公式アカウント (@Cygames_PR) August 22, 2023
While Cygames has yet to reveal platform-specific details or release date, they have classified the game as a consumer game, indicating its intended availability to consumers. home console or portable gaming system, as opposed to arcade or general purpose mobile devices.
Helming this creative effort is Kenichirō Takaki, who is best known for his work on titles such as Senran Kagura and Kandagawa Jet Girls, and also serves as director and producer. Mogumo takes on the role of character designer, breathing life into the game’s compelling cast.
Meanwhile, the famous Hiro Sagisu, who is known for his excellent compositions in works such as Evangelion, Bleach and SSSS.Gridman, is responsible for creating the game’s engaging music.
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Finally, Redhouse’s Kiyoshi Arai, recognized for his contributions to titles such as Final Fantasy XII and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, leads the list of environment designers.
Source | Garnet Arena: Mage of Magicary game website, Famitsu.com
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