Bleach: Immortal Soul, the brand new Bleach title has just launched and you can become a Soul Reaper on iOS and Android.
Available across both major mobile platforms, Bleach: Immortal Soul is the latest entry into the massive Bleach franchise and follows hot on the heels of recent hype surrounding the news of Burn The Witch and an upcoming Bleach follow up series. This release should give gamers a chance to catch up on the exploits of Soul Society. The newest mobile title will plunge players into the shoes of Ichigo, a high school student who inadvertently takes on the powers of a Death God. As players explore this supernatural world they will come across a range of challenges, battle huge monsters, and attempt to protect the inhabitants of Karakura Town from unseen enemies. In order to do this, gamers can collect and train their favorite characters, engage in strategic combat, and explore rich stories through dozens of animated chapters.
Far From Hollow
Immortal Soul follows the story of the smash-hit anime a series and manga, crafted by Tite Kubo. Alongside the central story arc, substitute Shinigami can battle individual characters in Elite mode to unlock rewards, complete daily Seireitei Challenge battle tiers, and asynchronously challenge teams from other players in the Battle Arena. The result is a team of powerful warriors and familiar faces including Toshiro Hitsugaya and Rukia Kuchiki.
For those of you that have never heard of Bleach, this series is a big deal. Bleach was serialized in the Japanese manga magazine Weekly Shonen Jump from 2001 to 2016 and has since sold more than 120 million copies worldwide. A Bleach anime has been released to date, along with four animated feature films and more than 40 soundtrack volumes. In addition, multiple novels, video games, musicals, art books, and data books have also been released based on fan interest.
If you are a fan of one of the last “Big Three” to grace our screens before anime exploded across onto the likes of Netflix then you’ll appreciate the original voice acting, while newcomers have the chance to catch up on Ichigo’s story before the series picks up once more in 2021. Check out the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store for Blach: Immortal Soul now.