Synduality Sci-fi Anime Announced With Teaser Visual


A new science fiction anime titled Synduality has been announced with a teaser visual. Aoi Koga, Nagisa Aoyama, and M.A.O are part of its voice cast.


Synduality is part of a wider project, originally announced in August as Project Syn, that includes a Bandai Namco-published PvPvE third-person shooter and hobby products. The Synduality game received its first trailer during PlayStation’s State of Play September 2022 and will be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox series X/S, and Steam in 2023.

The game features character designs from illustrator neco and mech designs from Ippei Gyoubu (Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury co-mecha designer, Megalo Box Gear designer) who are in turn the anime’s original character designer and Coffin (the setting’s mechs are called Cradle Coffins) designer respectively. 

Koga‘s character is named Noir, while Aoyama and M.A.O‘s characters are named Ciel and Schnee respectively. More information on the anime will be revealed on September 18.

The Synduality game is set in the post-apocalyptic future of 2222, after an event dubbed Tears of the New Moon saw most of humanity being wiped out by a mysterious rain. The remnants now live in an underground city called Amasia. Players will take on the role of a Drifter, who pilots a customizable Cradle Coffin to collect the rare AO Crystals.

The Drifter is accompanied by an AI partner called a Magus and has to fend off monsters called Enders. Other players are a potential threat as well. “In multiplayer mode, other Drifters will join players to help them in their missions or turn against them — hindering their progress or fighting to loot their precious resources,” says the Bandai Namco website. 

Source: @SYN_noir

Update: Added more information about the game’s PvPvE element.

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