Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile is now open for pre-registration in Japan, developed by SQUARE ENIX, which is celebrating the franchise’s 20th anniversary. Fullmetal Alchemist, simply put, is one of the single most iconic franchises of the anime world, weebs all around the world regard it to be easily in their top 3 anime of all time and FMA has held the rank of #1 on IMDB top-rated Anime for many years, Brotherhood not the first one, and with this level of fame both for the Anime and Manga with phenomenal action scenes and intriguing storyline, makes for the perfect video game material.
Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile is set to follow the main plot of Hiromu Arakawa’s manga, Brothers Edward ‘Ed’ and Alphonse ‘Al’ Elric use Alchemy to try and resurrect their dead mother by using the taboo practice of human transmutation, this causes Al to lose his body and Ed to lose his limbs, the two brothers from there head on a journey to find the Philosophers Stone to regain their bodies and get their mother back.
FMA Mobile will have an Action Combat battle system similar to games like Street Fighter and King of Fighters, with the health bar and stats of player and enemy, and players will win fights by reducing the health bar to zero, The game will have both 3D and 2D elements for seamless and immersive gameplay. The world of Amestris and popular characters like Edward Elric and Roy Mustang will be recreated in 3D graphics and depict some of the famous scenes in high-quality 3D animation with a voice-acting for a mesmerizing and enthralling gaming experience, Players can also anticipate special battle animation for their favourite characters and To add depth to the development of the main story, Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile will also have Side Story system to supplement what was happening from different perspectives.
Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile will be available on both Android and iOS and is now open for pre-registration on TapTap and through SQUARE ENIX official website only for Japan. There are currently no updates on the Global release or English translated version however considering the global success of Fullmetal Alchemist, fans can stay hopeful for future developments. For more information visit their Official Website or Twitter.
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