Tales of Crestoria Full “The Wake of Sin” Animation Premieres, Features Re-Imagining of Heroes’ Journey

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“The Wake of Sin” Tales of Crestoria 15 minute animated short will be premiering tomorrow on both YouTube and Crunchyroll.

The full version of “The Wake of Sin” animation for mobile game Tales of Crestoria is finally making its debut tomorrow 10am ET, 6am PT. The animated short features events such as Kanata and Misella’s sin, meeting Vicious, and embarking on their journey. You can watch either through YouTube, posted below, or through Crunchyroll at 3pm PT:

According to the official: “Yasutaka Nakata and Kamikaze Douga team up once again in a new collaboration. Together, in a 15-minute short anime, they portray a beautiful re-imagining of the main characters embarking on their journey, the opening to Tales of Crestoria‘s main story.” You can check out more information on the official site here and you can also watch the trailer for said animation.

The popular mobile game features past protagonists from the franchise and is divided into four parts: Main Story, Side Stories, Character Episodes, and Face Chat. You can check out this hilarious skit done by the three main characters: Kanata, Misella, and Vicious. The illustration of the SSR Memoria Stone for Aegis, one of the party members, was revealed as well. The Tales of Crestoria Japanese voice actors four lead characters Kanata and Misella shared a special message to the English version users, as they discussed their favorite scenes from the game in a brand new video.

The Tales of series is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary. The next console game, Tales of Arise, was scheduled to launch in 2020 but was delayed most likely due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, there is hope as the title was rated in both Brazil and Australia recently, hinting at a possible earlier release date.

The most recent console release for the series, Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition which came out for every major current-gen system, is the subject of the free wallpaper above. The title launched earlier this year and, going by our very own DualShockers review, still holds up as one of the best entries in the series. You can also check out our handy guide, featuring plenty of tricks and tips to help get you started on the game. And of any of this peaks your interest, you can pick up the game for Switch, PS4, Xbox One, or PC.


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