Pearl Abyss and Vic Game Studios announced Black Clover Mobile has been delayed from its original 2022 release window to the first half of 2023. The game has been retitled to Black Clover Mobile: Rise of the Wizard King.
Although Black Clover Mobile: Rise of the Wizard King was delayed, the game will receive a worldwide launch. Multiple closed beta tests for Android and iOS are planned as well, and the official English website is live here.
The latest trailer and message from the development team are available below via Gematsu:
It seemed as if humanity was on the brink of destruction by a demon. All seemed lost until a lone mage stepped forward. After his triumph, he was named the Wizard King, and his story became legend.
Magic is everything in this world. Asta, born without magic, made a promise to his friend that he would someday become the Wizard King!
Letter From The Development Team
My name is Choi Jae-young, CEO of Vic Game Studios, a company developing the next-gen animation RPGBlack Clover Mobile.
Today, I’m standing in front of the camera to say something important. Black Clover Mobile is being developed smoothly, and we are working hard to deliver not only the excitement and fun of the original animation, but also the best quality that a game can represent.
We’re currently in the final stretch, and I look forward to showing it to all users soon. Previously, Black Clover Mobile was being developed to launch in 2022, but we had decided to postpone the launch to improve the game’s quality.
Therefore, the release of our game will be in the first half of 2023 rather than in 2022. Not only that, we’re preparing to share development updates in various ways with you. Please look forward to the content that will be introduced in the future.
We’re planning global closed beta tests in select regions. As these tests are conducted to validate service stability, they are, unfortunately, conducted in specific global areas first. We are sorry that we cannot give everyone a chance to test our game. Today, even at this time, we are still working hard on development to give you the best experience possible.
Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games.
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