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takt Op. Destiny Mobile Game Postpones Release

The official website of the takt Op. Destiny Project announced that the mobile game Takt Op. Destiny in the City of Crimson Melody (takt op. Unmei wa Shinkuki Senritsu no Machi wo) is postponed. It was initially scheduled to release in Japan in 2021 but is now delayed with the aim for further improvements and developments.

According to the website’s announcement last November 17, the staff is continuing to do their best to create and deliver a better quality experience that fans will enjoy. Lastly, the game’s new release window will be announced at a later date.

In addition, the official website provides special promotional videos for each of the Musicart girls and their gameplays. The videos feature the theme song “takt” by Ryo (Supercell), Mafumafu, and gaku. Watch the trailer of the mobile game Takt Op. Destiny in the City of Crimson Melody below:

About takt Op. Destiny

takt Op. Destiny (pronounced “takt opus“) is a mixed-media project about classical music by Bandai Namco Arts and DeNA. Game Studio is developing the RPG mobile game while MAPPA and Madhouse Studios are producing the ongoing anime.

Furthermore, DeNA and Ouji Hiroi are the original creators of takt Op. Destiny. LAM is the original character designer while yish is the background concept artist. Marasy is the key pianist while orchestral conductor Hirofumi Kurita is the project’s musical research adviser.

Musicart Destiny’s Visual by LAM

takt Op. Destiny follows the story of how magical girls, “Musicarts,” fight against the D2 monsters while being led by a “Conductor”. Their goal is to bring music back to their destroyed world. The ongoing anime is also available to watch on Crunchyroll, VRV, Ani-one, and Amazon in select regions.

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Source: takt Op. Destiny Official Website
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