Bandai Namco and DeNA’s Takt Op mobile game, Takt Op Symphony, will appear worldwide. People will also get a chance to test it out rather soon. An April 2023 is on the way. While there are no details about how to register for it yet,there are new trailers highlighting its music and the character Arlesienne.
The Takt Op series features Musicarts heroines who are based on classical pieces of music who fight monsters called D2s alongside Conductors. They use music to defeat them. Arlesienne is based on Georges Bizet’s “L’Arlesienne.” She’s voiced by Chinatsu Akasaki, who also played Seong Mi-na in Soulcalibur VI and Anju in Utawarerumono.
As for the music concept trailer, it only showcases some of music, while imagery of elements in the game appears.
While the Takt Op manga hasn’t appeared outside Japan, the anime Destiny is available to stream worldwide on Crunchyroll. It follows the New York Symphonica Conductors and Musicarts. In particular, it focuses on Conductor Takt Asahina and the Musicart Destiny, the latter of whom is based on Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 5.” In addition to fighting D2s, the two work to try and help Destiny, who needs to get aid in New York due to the way she became a Musicart.
The Takt Op Symphony beta test will appear in April 2023, and the mobile game will appear on Android and Apple iOS devices in 2023.