Crunchyroll has announced that DanMachi: Memoria Freese, a free mobile RPG that uses characters from the anime Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon, will have a limited-time Attack on Titan event. The event is exclusive to North America.

The event incorporates lines spoken from the original actors from the Attack on Titan anime. You’ll be able to have characters from both Titan and Dungeon team up together as they defend Orario from a Titan’s attack. The event launches on October 30 at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET.

In DanMachi, you build your team from an assortment of Dungeon‘s characters and battle your way through an ever-changing dungeon that’s different depending on the time of day you play. The game’s original stories are created by Dungeon‘s writer Fujino Ōmori, and the anime’s original cast voice their characters in the game. As a Gacha game, players spend currency–virtual or real–to unlock new characters to fight with and items to use.

Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon tells the story of Bell Cranel, a young solo adventurer who one day discovers the goddess Hestia in a dungeon. He pledges to serve as a part of her Familia and works hard every day to both serve his goddess and become worthy enough of catching the eye of Ais Wallenstein, a famous adventurer he’s in love with. The original Japanese version of the anime can be watched on Crunchyroll, and both the Japanese and English versions are available on HiDive.

Attack on Titan is in the midst of its third season. In the anime, giant and seemingly mindless Titans roam the Earth for people to eat. The only defense against these Titans are giant walls that keep the monsters out, and the Vertical Maneuvering Equipment that allows soldiers to zip between buildings and trees at dizzying speeds to reach the Titan’s only weak point, the neck. Attack on Titan is streaming in Japanese on Crunchyroll and in both Japanese and English on Funimation and Netflix.

DanMachi: Memoria Freese is available for both iOS and Android. If you’re looking for more anime to watch, be sure to check out our fall 2018 anime guide.



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