Bandai Namco Releases Sneak Peek Video of Tales of Luminaria

Tales of Luminaria, a mobile RPG developed by Bandai Namco, is getting an anime adaptation, and the video game publisher has offered an extensive first look at the anime. 

The anime, which has the full title Tales of Luminaria: The Fateful Crossroad, is based on the smartphone game of the same name, which was released worldwide on Android and iOS in November 2021. The Fateful Crossroad will be knitted together from the journeys of 21 characters, much like the game, which contains 21 individuals with intertwining stories.

Kamikaze Douga, the studio behind Batman Ninja, was selected to work on the project by Bandai Namco. Teaming up with the studio, The company said a unique story will be told that can only be seen in this anime.

Tales Of Luminaria: The Fateful Crossroad

In the story, Bleeding Cool revealed that beasts the size of mountains once roamed the area, and this is where they rest. When their bones were excavated, mana arose from their remains, attracting the attention of others seeking that power, and civilizations began to spring up in their wake.

This race of mana-producing monsters, which they called “Primordial Beasts,” came to be respected by the people.

In order to please them, people constructed their entire lives around them. The worship of the Primordial Beasts began at this point. From that moment on, time continued to move forward.  It gets out of hand between the Jerle Federation, a coalition of countries that worship the Primordial Beasts, and the Gildllan Empire, which has experienced tremendous growth as a result of technological advancement.

The report also included in the plot where the flames of battle are fueled even more. With the help of his mentor, Leo, a young federation knight-in-training sets off on an important expedition to the town of Lunne, which was originally under imperial rule but is now positioned close to the border. 

Celia, a childhood friend and fellow trainee, as well as their instructor, Lisette, are accompanying him. It is only fitting that Hugo, a former buddy who turned traitor to the federation and is now a soldier of the empire, is waiting for them.

Tales of RPG Series

As reported by NME News, the Tales of RPG series are always being adapted by anime. Tales of Arise, for example, has anime designs and cutscenes, whereas Tales of Phantasia, Tales of Vesperia, and Tales of the Abyss have their own anime-style graphics and adaptations. 

Tales of Luminaria: The Fateful Crossroad will air on January 20th on Crunchyroll and Funimation in both Japanese and English dub.

 

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