Outerplane, the highly anticipated turn-based fantasy RPG, has been released in select countries in Southeast Asia, including Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore. While gamers outside of these countries will have to wait until the global release in May, those with access to the limited release can enjoy the game’s impressive graphics, vast selection of characters, and engaging storyline.
Outerplane Tells the Story of Isekai
The game is situated in the isekai genre, where the main protagonist is transported to a fantasy world and embarks on a brand-new adventure. The game’s developers have gone to great lengths to create an immersive gaming experience for players, with detailed character designs, intricate game mechanics, and an evolving storyline that will keep players hooked.
To celebrate the launch of Outerplane, the game currently has a special event where players can chat with the character Eva. By participating in the EVA-CHAT launch event, players can earn an exclusive community badge that can be shown off to other players in the coming months. The game’s official Facebook page has useful information about the latest event, so be sure to check it out.
Laplace is the first character banner to debut in the game, and it will be available from April 18 through May 2. Players are advised to pull on the banner before it expires because the first banner of a brand-new gacha game is always a little frantic, with many players seeking to gain an abundance of new characters regardless of who they are.
While Outerplane’s release is currently limited to Southeast Asia, the game’s global release in May is sure to be met with excitement from gamers worldwide. Until then, those with access to the limited release can take advantage of the special launch event and the Laplace banner to make the most out of the game.