Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier’s Google App and iOS Versions Get Release Date

If you want the Waifu+Mecha mix, pretty much no franchise is better compared to Muv-Luv, and observing the announcement that Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier was going to have a Google App and also an iOS variant this month, today we finally obtained the true release date.

Those who’d like to play Apple’s phones and on their PC without having to use the slightly unwieldy browser version is going to have to wait only one more week, since the two ports will launch on following week January 18th.

As standard, the game will probably be only in Japanese, although it’s easy to appreciate it without really knowing the language, and I’ll probably compose one of my handy guides  following the launch of these newest platforms.

This allows me view Fikatsia Latrova in action once again, so that places quite the grin in my head.

The occasion will benefit individuals who will grind the rather challenging exceptional missions with two different SSR Speed-type TFS mechas. We get the XFJ-01a Shiranui Second Phase 3 Unit 1 armed with a sword, and also the  Su-37 M2 Terminator (Blue Camo) equipped with machine guns.

Special themed gacha also have been implemented including Strategy Inia Sistina, Yuya Bridges, Cryska Barchenowa, and Yui Takamura, even if only Inia and Yuya are accessible with gems. The next portion of the New Year Gacha was introduced, including kimono-clad Irisdina Bernhard and Yuzuka Sendou. You may view them all at the base of the post.

Incidentally, we recently reported that the game will likely find an Strike Titan crossover following month, even if details are scarce.

Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier is currently available only for Android and on browsers.

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