When’s the last time you witnessed a famous anime production studio team up with a video game company? Today. Because Odyssey Interactive has partnered with Studio TRIGGER to create a cinematic opening music video for their upcoming action sport game Omega Strikers.
The world of Omega Strikers is set 40 years after a series of solar eruptions caused geomagnetic storms that permanently altered the atmosphere, leaving behind a high density of renewable and potent energy called "Omega.” The game's world is inhabited by characters who use magical abilities, superhuman powers, and advanced technology to play a society's favorite game called "Core Strike,” which involves hitting a core powered by Omega energy like a hockey puck. This sport is played by people from all walks of life, and every year, the World Finals takes place in Ahten City, where the characters compete to become champions.
Omega Strikers will be free-to-play and available come April 27 on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, PC, iPhone, and Android.
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