Paradox Live Franchise Announces Development of Smartphone game

Prepare to clean your smartphone’s memory because the Paradox Live franchise is working on a smartphone game.

One of the biggest – if not the biggest – piece of news announced during Paradox Live’s 3rd anniversary event, which was broadcasted live on YouTube the past weekend, was the development of a smartphone game.

G Crest and Avex announced that the Paradox Live franchise is going to get its own smartphone game.

At the time, there are no details on whether the smartphone game is going to be story-driven, rhythm-driven, or just a gatcha game.

It is also unknown which studio is developing the game and when the game will be launched.

In the meantime watch this space as this article is going to be updated as more pieces of news on this game are unveiled.

Source: Paradox Live official Twitter account

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