Last August we took note of the soft launch of the card-based fighting game Invictus: Lost Soul from developer True Axion and publisher Bushiroad, who are more than familiar with the world of physical and digital card fighting. Invictus was already in the soft launch in 2019, and in general, the developers have worked long and hard to get the promising looking game into shape. Well, it seems they did exactly how Invictus: Lost Soul officially launched worldwide today, with the exception of certain unnamed regions, according to the press release. But for anyone outside of these mysterious, unnamed regions, grab Invictus and try it for free right now. Here is a trailer.
Invictus: Lost Soul features a robust story mode with 6 different areas to explore and a story told through visually stunning cutscenes. In fact, the whole game is pretty impressive from a graphical standpoint. In addition to the single player game, the game offers real-time online PvP and the entire combat system is designed to build a card game of offensive, defensive and support cards. You have to strategically decide when and what type of map to play against your opponent, and the entire fight will play out on the screen like a traditional 1v1 fighting game. There is also a full upgrade system for your fighter that allows you to unlock and equip more than 200 different types of armor, weapons and equipment.
As part of this worldwide rollout, Invictus will host a special crossover event with the popular card fighter Cardfight from today until March 21st! Vanguard, which just this year celebrated the tenth anniversary of its anime and physical card games. In fact, the Invictus publishing house Bushiroad released an optimized mobile version of the Cardfight last April !! Vanguard card fighting game called Vanguard ZERO (Free) so the synergy in this latest crossover event is felt everywhere. The event features special unlockable skins, weapons, and other extras for those who attend. Invictus: Lost Soul is available in both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store for Android. You can download it now for free to watch the limited time Cardfight! Avant-garde event in itself.