Bleach: Brave Souls Smartphone Game Hits 25 Million Downloads Worldwide
posted on by Karen Ressler
Mobile game developer KLab Inc. announced on Monday that its Bleach: Brave Souls smartphone game has reached 25 million downloads worldwide. The developer noted that this total includes players who have downloaded the game more than once.
The developer is promoting the milestone with Spirit Orb log-in bonuses and a "Super Power-Up Set" for all players. A "25 Million Downloads Celebration Pack" will be available for purchase.
KLab Global describes the game:
Bleach: Brave Souls is an intuitive 3D hack-and-slash battler featuring favorite characters from the series. The game retells the Bleach story as players create teams of three to complete quests. With a highly customizable character upgrade system, players will be able to create unique warriors by leveling, ascending, training, and linking. Players can also participate in weekly leagues and fight against other teams to win special prizes.
KLab launched the game in Japan in July 2015 and worldwide in January 2016. The iOS and Android game is free-to-play with in-app purchases.