New mobile entry Ragnarok: Lost Memories opens pre-registration with new trailer

Next game inside Ragnarok Franchising, mobile phone title Ragnarok: Lost Memories, is now open for pre-registration in North America and Brazil. The game is a spin-off to the series and features a duel system and an open world.

The game follows a hero named Perr. He wakes up on Mount Mjolnir with a situation common in many RPG series: he has no memories. Of course, this represents a very important mission that the story will lead you through, but it seems like just the beginning. So it’s up to you to take Perr, meet new characters as you adventure to both get his memories back and enjoy the rest of what’s going on. Ragnarok: Lost Memories must provide.

Battles will be conducted through a new card battle system in the series. You will be able to collect both new heroes and monster cards. Use your hero skills to progress through the story and all the challenges available ahead. There will be over 200 dungeons and competitions to enter throughout the story. Like other Ragnarok games, there are cities and terrains to explore in the open world and treasures to collect. Materials such as the Sorcerer’s Tower and other discoveries will be made for your journey.

With this new mobile phone entry In the series, Gravity has yet to reveal any details on when we can expect the game to be available. In a press release, they mention that an announcement on a release date will come in the next few weeks.

If you are interested in more, pre-registration is now open. People who go to official website and sign-ups will receive a starter bonus pack that starts with 50 red gems, with more items added as pre-registrations increase and certain tiers are reached. New mobile entry Ragnarok: Lost Memories opens pre-registration with new trailer


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