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SINoALICE’s collaborative event with ‘That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime’ is now underway

At the end of January, we reported that SINoALICE would host a crossover event with the anime That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. This is now live in the game and will be sticking around until March 4th. During this time, players will be able to earn limited-edition classes and various other bonuses.

Simply logging in whilst the event is ongoing will net players a new character, Snow White/Slime. Meanwhile, they can obtain up to 900 twilight crystals through the event including 100 from Parrah-Noya’s Theatre and 300 from the “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime” Nightmare Purge social media campaign.

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Two grimoires will be available throughout the event, split into Part 1 and 2. Both will contain characters from the series. Part 1 will allow players to get Rimuru/Sorcerer and Shizu/Breaker whilst Part 2 can potentially yield Shuna/Cleric and Milim/Gunner. Every character will also have their own weapon to unlock.

Each grimoire has five steps that will increase each time players summon. Once they have reached step 5, a featured SR summon will be guaranteed. Every step will also net players an item. This could be a grimoire ticket or material such as Boundless Endowment.

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Finally, players will be able to unlock a new class, Alice/Ogre, which can be obtained by purchasing Twilight Crystal x306 and SR Weapon Ogre of Bondage spear from the in-game shop. The newly added class is only available with the first purchase, however.

SINoALICE is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It’s a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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