Anime shows has left their mark in video games through the years, with adaptations of series like Naruto and Dragon Ball still being very popular.
This is also the case of the Bleach manga, whose game Bleach: Brave Souls, originally released for mobile phones, will now arrive on PS4.
After releasing in 2015 for iOS and Android, the gacha-style title will now have a version on Sony‘s console.
The date on which it will arrive is still unknown, but its developer KLab Inc. has announced through Twitter that there will be more details soon.
It is not the first time that the game has received a port, since as of August of last year a version is available on Steam. It has an 87% favorable reviews from users, and can be played while maintaining the progress of our game on cell phones.
Bleach: Brave Souls is completely free, and is based on micro transactions to maintain itself since, as we said, it is a gacha game whose purpose is to get characters and items through completing missions or paying real money. Its gameplay is action, and takes us to meet characters and enemies of the anime.
The Bleach anime is over with a total of 366 episodes. Last month, it was announced that “Thousand-Year Blood War“—the final story arc of the anime—would be getting an anime adaptation.
Tite Kubo’s manga spans 74 tankobon volumes, and was serialised between 2001 and 2016, and is considering one of the most popular and well-written shonen manga series of all time.