Heavily inspired by both old folk fairytales and Norse mythology, these two concepts combine to create a world populated by small creatures known as ‘phantoms’. You gather these critters by thwarting any enemy standing in the way of your goal, building up your party so that you stand the greatest chance of winning when the time comes to enter turn-based combat. There are over 300 phantoms to collect in all – so get searching!
To celebrate the launch of Netmarble’s latest title, the company partnered with famed music producer Kurt Hugo Schneider and solo recording artist Macy Kate to create an all-new music video utilizing Phantomgate’s theme song. In addition, an instrumental rendition of the game’s theme composed by popular violinist Taylor Davis will be added to the game via an update at a later date. Fans can check out both music videos below:
- Phantomgate Netmarble (ft. Macy Kate, Kurt Hugo Schneider)
And that’s not all. Today Phantomgate: The Last Valkyrie has also launched its very first in-game event. Running between now and Oct 17, it challenges players to hunt down secretly hidden Easter Eggs littered throughout the game's story and side missions. Doing so will boost your player score and increase your overall event rank. This can be further boosted by inviting friends along for the ride.
Want to get lost in a deep, creature-filled world with an emotional story at the centre? Phantomgate: The Last Valkyrie may just do it for you. Download the game for free now from either the Google Play or App Store.