Legend Of Justice is currently available for pre-registration on Android and iOS, ahead of its global release

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Experience exciting 3D battles along with stunning features in Saint Seiya: Legend Of Justice. Saint Seiya: Legend of Justice, faithfully adapted from the Saint Seiya series under the supervision of original writer Kurumada Masami and featuring top Japanese voice talent, challenges you to lead Seiya, Ikki, Shiryû, Hyôga, and Shun into the sanctuary. Defeat the 12 gold knights, foil the Master’s plot, and save the goddess Athena! To overcome your opponents, engage in spectacular 3D combat where you can use legendary talents and elemental attacks.

Pre-registration for Saint Seiya: Legend of Justice, Wanda Cinemas Games’ upcoming idle RPG based on the iconic Saint Seiya manga series, has begun. Pre-registered players will receive special goodies, such as a 4-star Phoenix Ikki when the game releases in July, as well as additional incentives, such as a Gold Knight if certain requirements are reached. Visit the pre-registration page for Saint Seiya: Legend Of Justice on Google Play for Android devices or Apple’s App Store for iOS devices for additional information.

Highlights

  • With 88 knights to choose from, it’s up to you to form the best team possible, including Phoenix Ikki, Dragon Shiryû, Virgo Shaka, and Gemini Saga. There are a lot of interesting tactical options to think about when leading the perfect squad, with six elements, five varieties of Protector, attribute restraint, and control skills. Saint Seiya: Legend of Justice, which is now in closed beta in four countries (the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil), has received a lot of positive comments as it nears its release. The game was even featured on Google Play, and it was one of the top five most popular games in Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan when it first came out. For more Mobile Gaming news and updates, join our WhatsApp group, Telegram Group, or Discord server. Also, follow us on Google News, Instagram, and Twitter for quick updates.

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