Anime Mobile RPG Freezing Extension CBT Available Now

South Korea-based Trinity Games' new mobile game Freezing Extension (프리징 익스텐션), based on the hit anime television series Freezing is available for data-wipe closed beta test from September 12th to September 15th.

Freezing (Japanese: フリージング) is a Japanese manga written by Dall-Young Lim and illustrated by Kwang-Hyun Kim, telling a series of adventures of teenager Kazuya Aoi, who inherits his late sister's will and is enrolled at West Genetics Academy, a training school for Pandoras and Limiters to combat extraterrestrial invasion force 'Nova'.

The mobile game Freezing Extension is a turn-based RPG with characters cultivating elements, developed based on the popular Freezing anime adaptation. The game contains storyline that is developed with the help of the original author, beautiful characters and highly tactical battling gameplay presented in 2D/3D graphics. In addition to story mode, the game will offer Nova Crash raids and Carnival PvP battles that are adapted from the grade fights in the original works.

In the game, players will be able to have conversations with the popular roles from the manga and anime TV series to enhance intimacy with those roles. When the intimacy degree between a player and a role is enough, the player can unlock special subplots of the female roles, which are exclusive for mobile game, and gets to know more about the inner world of the female characters.

The close beta test is open from September 12th to 15th for the purpose of collecting feedbacks from players and improving the mobile game. Players can apply for the CBT through the Korean test platform One Store, and the developer will select a limited number of players for the CBT. The selected CBT testers will receive luxurious special items for use in the official release version.

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