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Jesse Woo
Terra Battle Download Incentives Continue After Ultimate Milestone
Console version on the way.
05.01.15 - 1:12 PM

Mistwalker's Terra Battle has hit two million downloads so the company will begin developing a console version as promised in its Download Starter campaign. The console version was supposed to be the last incentive of the campaign, but rather then rest on their laurels Mistwalker are planning additional milestones and rewards. In further celebration of the game's success, there will be a special in-game event from April 30 to May 4, giving players a single energy per day.

The company even put together a special music video to commemorate the event.

Regarding the game's success, Mistwalker founder Hironobu Sakaguchi said "We are truly humbled to see Terra Battle achieve this milestone. As every player download expanded both the scope of our game and our imagination to create a richer experience for the fans. With the console game of Terra Battle underway and the next phase of the Download Starter campaign in motion, we are eager to see how the game will evolve in the coming months.


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