Netmarble has announced the Open Beta service BTS Dream in Canada, an all-new hybrid rhythm-action and housing based game featuring BTS made and based characters TinyTan. Netmarble is the largest mobile game developer in South Korea and has released notable games such as BTS World, Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, Marvel Future Revolution, District 187: Sin Streets and is ready to add BTS Dream to the list.
About the game
In BTS Dream, the player gets to play as Manager of TinyTan and decorate a worn-out ‘Dream World’ and make efforts to make TinyTan true stars deliver messages of dreams and happiness worldwide.
Players would be able to customize TinyTan’s outfit in a variety of clothes ranging from stage outfits to animal costumes and also decorate the house they live in. All this would help increase the bond between the stars and yourself. Players can also take pictures with TinyTan with the house as the backdrop. More details on this game will be released later.
This is not the first time that BTS fans will see TinyTan. Since their creation in 2019, TinyTan has been featured as merch at BTS Pop-up: House of BTS and a music video based on ‘MIC Drop’ and four short episodes were really in 2020.
Global SuperStar sensation BTS are not new to the gaming industry. They previously collaborated with Line to create ‘Line Hello BT21’, Bangtans’s original animated characters in a candy crush-esque game with Match-Three puzzle games and house restorations.
BTS has previously partnered with Netmarble to develop multiple games such as BTS World, where Players take the role of Bangtan’s Manager and follows different journeys for individual members and groups pre-debut to 2019 and BTS Universe Story, a sandbox type game, where players can create their own stories and share them with others.
BTS is also featured on many games such as Maplestory and Fortnight, BTS Dream is the newest edition on the idol based game by Netmarble, this time based on TinyTan, Bangtan but Chibi.
When will BTS Dream release?
BTS Dream’s open beta is now live in Canada, and as of now, there are no updates about other countries, but its TapTap page indicates it might have a global launch within the 3rd or 4th quarter of 2022.
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