The upcoming MMORPG Fantasy Earth Genesis is the result of a collaboration between Square Enix, Quantum Games, and Asobimo. This is a sequel to Fantasy Earth Genesis and it promises to retain the core elements of that game, including the 50-vs-50 combat system.

The goal of the game will be to expand your kingdom and then protect it from invaders. Basically, you'll try to capture the Crystals Towers around the field and try to hold control of them for a certain period of time to achieve victory. During the battle, you can also summon several powerful units to assist you, provided you manage to meet certain requirements.

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Your task is to capture and hold control of the Crystal Towers around the field

Fantasy Earth Genesis offers 3 different factions for you to choose to play as. Aside from that, there is a wide variety of weapons, classes, and tactics for you to customize your playstyle with. With these, you'll be able to create offensive and defensive builds as you see fit, so it seems there are a lot of things to take into account.

Another interesting thing about the game is that it actually already launched for PC all the way back in 2006, so this is another case of Square Enix trying to bring back an aged franchise to see how well it would fare on the mobile platform. A Japanese version of Fantasy Earth Genesis mobile was released domestically just a little bit over a year ago to a mixed reception, so we’ll have to wait and see if it manages to impress the global audience.

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It remains to be seen if the game manages to impress the global audience

Fantasy Earth Genesis is currently available for pre-registration on its official website, and as is common with most pre-registration campaigns, some rewards will be given away when the game officially launches, the exact amount of which will depend on how many people participate in the campaign.

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Those who pre-register will earn rewards when the game officially launches

No release date for the game has been confirmed at the moment, but we do know that it’ll be a free-to-play game available for both Android and iOS. Needless to say, that means IAPs are to be expected. Stay tuned for more updates!