Netmarble Will Launch The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross Next Month


Back in January Netmarble announced The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, a cinematic adventure game with anime visuals, and now the company has confirmed the launch date.

Those looking forward to checking it out won't have to wait long as it's just around the corner. Though, you can already pre-register for the game.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross will launch on March 3

The game is literally just around the corner, so you'll be able to play it pretty soon. Now that it's under a month away.


If you're interested in playing this upcoming title, pre-registering is a strong recommendation. Netmarble is going to be giving away some free stuff to those who pre-register before the game launches.

These will all be in-game items, but will still be pretty useful to anyone who plays. Pre-registration rewards will include an in-game character (Meliodas), as well as his outfit and weapon from the show.

Players will also get in-game currency, and other random items from the game through an exclusive box that'll show up in the player's in-game mail. If you plan to play, definitely pre-register to get this free stuff, because who knows how hard it will be to come by through normal gameplay.


There are over 100 dramatic cutscenes in the game

Calling this game a cinematic adventure is by no means a stretch. If you've seen the trailer, you know how high-quality the graphics are. If you've played Dragon Quest IX, that should give you a good idea of what the 3D anime visuals are like during gameplay.

In addition to high-quality graphics in anime style, there are loads and loads of dramatic cutscenes. Over 100 to be specific. Which is no doubt going to play a role in perhaps making this game feel more like an anime than a game you're playing.

That's all topped off with the addition of the original Japanese voice actors from the show. So fans of the anime will likely love the game. In fact, so far The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross has been ranked number one in app stores in both Japan and Korea.


So it seems the game is off to a pretty good start. Keep in mind that those rankings are based on those versions of the game, and not the global release which is coming next month.

If you want to learn more about the game, the official website for it is live with details on the story (which you can also view in the second video below), the characters and more.