The legendary FullMetal Alchemist series is about to turn 20 years old and for the last few days it has been on everyone’s lips.
With the announcement of new projects, expectations for Hiromu Arakawa’s work are skyrocketing. Getting to the point of beginning to be shown throughout the weekend, with the transmission of a commemorative livestream for the work.
Fulfilling the predictions we had made, one of the new projects is a mobile game, which will be distributed by Square Enix
Specific details of this title will arrive shortly, being announced for the beginning of winter, so we will have to be prepared for the return of the Alchemist of Steel on our phones.
For Square Enix, the mobile world has become the most lucrative space to present works from its franchises, especially due to the high demand and competition that exists in games based on anime and manga within Japan.
From time to time, titles based on franchises of the past and present are presented, seeking the supremacy of the mobile market, based on micropayments and Gashapon offers. Generally, these titles are given in the middle of an important moment in some of the works, as is the case with the anniversary of the Arakawa series.
It remains to be seen if there are new projects on FMA, considering that it is one of the most important manga and anime series in modern history. Although generations of fans have sustained their hobbies in pieces like Dragon Ball or Naruto, the general consensus is that FullMetal Alchemist is a work with a higher vision by several rungs.
For years, FMA: Brotherhood has been hailed as the highest rated anime on the MyAnimeList page, only being surpassed by Fruits Basket a few weeks ago. An assessment that, for many, is the one that matters the most as it comes from fans around the world.