Yōkai-Themed Online RPG Ragnador Is Now Available For PC And Mobile Platforms

After experiencing a minor delay in its launch, Ragnador is now live and available for download on PC, Android and iOS platforms, as announced by the game's Japan-based developer Grams.

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Ragnador was initially slated to be released in September, but faced a minor delay in its launch. However, the game has been released on October 21, 2021, and is now out for download. Together with it comes a promotional video featuring Japanese idol group BiSH performing the game's theme song "BE READY". The game's development was led by Naofum Tani and under the support of gumi, avex, Shirogumi and espada.


Ragnador: Ayashiki Ktei to Shen no Yashahime is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that features a variety of attractive yōkai characters. The story takes place in the realm of Ayakashi, which is ruled by eight yōkai and kingdoms. They live peacefully until the appearance of onmyōji Abe no Seimei, who, accompanied by his four legendary guardians, wreaks havoc on their world.

The game has a fast-paced chain battle system, in which the player uses card skills from the deck in ascending number order to fight his or her way through the opposition. In order to activate a powerful "Full Chain" attack, you must connect the numbers 1 to 5, starting with 1. Arrange the cards in a strategic manner and aim for the weak points of the opponent!

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Gameplay consisted of the usual pre-registration milestones, starting at 3,000 and progressing to 300,000, which awarded premium currency for use in the gacha. For the sake of comparison, 1500 currency is sufficient for ten pulls, and everyone will be receiving it now that it has surpassed the 400,001 mark in value.

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For more additional information and news about Ragnador, you can visit its official website and follow their official Twitter account. Ragnador is available for download on both Google Play Store for Android and App Store for iOS. It is also available on PC platform.
 

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