By Diego Hernandez / April 26th, 2022
Wake up gamers, a new Shiravune announcement is here with Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten! A new JRPG with a great staff. To clarify, you’ve got Naoya Shimokawa heading the production, writing by Munemitsu Suga, and art by the superb Mi. All of this under the AQUAPLUS brand! A staff that no doubt will properly help commemorate 20 years of Utawarerumono. Get ready to follow Oshtor’s journey in this breathtaking world by wishlisting the game today. The game is set to release on September 7th, 2022. It will be available in English, Japanese and Traditional Chinese and exclusive to Steam! Get in on the action early and receive a digital art booklet, and the 30-song soundtrack called Prelude. Experience Utawarerumono like never before. Once again, show your support to Shiravune and the entire localization staff by wishlisting the game today. For more details on the story, look below!
The heart of a true RPG is the story.
We're thrilled to be working with devs @AQUAPLUS_JP to publish their upcoming new adventure, "Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten", around the world on Steam!
Coming September 8, 2022. #MonochromeMobius pic.twitter.com/iWU4kUESkT
— Shiravune (@shiravune) April 26, 2022
So what is Monochrome Mobius: Right and Wrongs Forgotten about?
In the small province of Ennakamuy, on the frontiers of the great empire of Yamato, there lived a young man with his mother and sister. One day, at the local lord’s behest, the young man was investigating a small irregularity when he came across a girl he had never met.
It was the words she spoke that shocked him: She told the man that his father was still alive.
Seeing a trace of his father in her and resolving to learn the truth, the young man set out together with the girl towards the fabled land of Arva Shulan—a country that doesn’t appear on the map.
Faced with trials and perils, the boy chases his father.
He meets new friends and comrades who join him on his mission.
There will be struggles and victories and failures and partings.
The fickle vagaries of fate will place an epoch in the young man’s hands—
And one day, this man will be sung of in legends.