Klab, the company behind Love Live! School Idol Festival, is now also releasing a new anime-based game to the rest of the world. This time, they announced the global release of their Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team mobile game. Klab also revealed a brand new trailer for it in English, along with a special message from mangaka Yoichi Takahasho.
Klab also revealed that they will release the game in 135 countries and regions in December. As for the language options, they will include English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Traditional Chinese.
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Just like most anime-based mobile games, Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is free-to-play. However, just like other mobile games, it also features in-game purchases. Players can create their own dream team featuring the manga and anime’s characters, and go up against other teams. They can also compete against other players’ teams online, as well experience the manga’s story while playing.
Klab originally released the game in Japan last June, where it reached over 4 million downloads. And like the Japanese version, Klab will release the game for Android and iOS mobile devices. The company has also opened a pre-registration website as well.