Granblue Celebrates 10th Anniversary

A music video honoring the game’s tenth anniversary was published by Cygames on March 10 of Granblue, marking the tenth anniversary of the series already a decade into its lifespan.

The technology behind mobile phones has been present since the 1980s, and it has swiftly evolved into the technology that we know as smartphones today.

The decade of the 2000s saw the introduction of internet access for mobile phones and smartphones, which led to the creation of mobile gaming experiences that are more accessible to a wider community.

There was an increase in the number of mobile role-playing games (RPGs) as technology advanced and mobile game experiences got better.

Granblue Fantasy has managed to succeed in maintaining the attention of thousands of players, at least in Japan, despite the fact that many of those mobile role-playing games have come and gone.

A brand new song and animation are featured in the video, both of which recount the history of the series.

According to the official website of Granblue Fantasy, the song encompasses the participation of Yūki Ono, Hisako Kanemoto, Nao Tōyama, and Rei Kugimiya. However, the website does not mention whether or not these individuals are in character.

A decade of Granblue Fantasy is captured in this video, which is a lovely little walk down memory lane

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To say that it feels strange to witness Granblue Fantasy celebrating its tenth anniversary would be an understatement. Nevertheless, the music video is an excellent approach to honor the significant achievement of the game.

In the year 2014, Cygames was the company that released the first Granblue Fantasy cellphone game.

On December 14, the Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising fighting game, which is part of the brand, was released for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Steam.

Granblue Fantasy: Relink was finally released on February 1 for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and personal computers through Steam. Recently, more than one million copies of the game were sold.

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