SINoALICE is celebrating its six-month anniversary with a new class and other in-game events

There are also some real-life prizes on offer

SINoALICE is celebrating its six-month anniversary with a new class and other in-game events

Pokelabo Inc and Square Enix's SINoALICE is now six months old, which in the world of live service mobile games is a cause for celebration. This will include a variety of in-game events alongside new character classes for players to grab themselves.

First up, a free daily x11 grimoire will be available to every player until January 5th. In addition to some in-game rewards, doing this grimoire on a daily basis will also enter players into a draw to enter real-world prizes that will include Bluetooth headphones and tablets.

Meanwhile, a new class will debut on both the Japanese and Global servers of the game called International. This will become available for two characters, Alice/International and Princess Kaguya/International.

Both characters will be featured in a STEP grimoire called World Trajectory that will give players a guaranteed SR summon when they reach step 5. Both classes will arrive with a new story that will expand the lore of the game and the characters will be available until 15th January.

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Pokelabo Inc is also looking to bring back players during the six-month anniversary with a Comeback Promotion event. This is aimed at those who haven't logged into SINoALICE for thirty days or more. It will be a series of login bonuses that will include the following:

  • Day 1: Twilight Crystal x100
  • Day 2: Purification Ticket x2
  • Day 3: Dragon Shackle x2
  • Day 4: Purification Ticket x2
  • Day 5: Twilight Crystal x200

Players will also be able to grab themselves up to 780 twilight crystals from a more general login bonus. Additionally, a further 220 can be obtained during the Purification Sweep campaign where they'll earn crystals based on the number of nightmares purified in the Library.

SINoALICE is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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Stephen Gregson-Wood
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