Seasun Games is preparing to release its free-to-play game titled Snowbreak: Containment Zone with a few new trailers showing off its waifus.
We start with a video focusing on Lyfe Bestla and also starring Fenny Golden, albeit the latter certainly doesn’t appear to be having a good time.
You can check out the English version below, while the version with Japanese voice acting is on the official YouTube channel. The game will include both languages for your entertainment.
Another trailer gives an overview of the characters part of Heimdall Force, basically an ensemble look at all the waifus you may expect to roll for.
Again, the English trailer is below, and the Japanese version on YouTube should you prefer Japanese voice-overs.
Last, but not least, we get a specific introduction to Ji Chenxing, voiced by Rosie Jones in English and Chiwa Saito in Japanese. You may know her for her roles as Elaine Auclair in The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no KisekiJohn in Genshin Impactt, Imu in the Senran Kagura series, Patty Fleur in Tales of Vesperiaand many more popular roles.
By now, you should know the drill, the English trailer is below, while the version featuring Saito-san’s voice is on YouTube.
A couple more videos showcase the base where you can enjoy the company of all these waifus, and the cover system at the foundation of combat.
Snowbreak: Containment Zone is a free-to-play game for PC, iOS, and Android that will release on July 20th. It was developed using Unreal Engine 4 and it has already passed 2 million pre-registrations. If you want to see more, you can check out the original reveal.
The game is set in the year 2057 in a world where colossal humanoid beings called Titans have attacked and caused widespread destruction.
Additionally, an unusual snow-like substance with polluting properties has started wreaking havoc. To contain this mysterious snowfall, a corporation called Yggdrasil has constructed a wall around the affected area, known as Area Zero, and sealed it off.
In order to combat the Titans and prevent the spread of the snow-like substance, a specialized unit called “Heimdall” has been established.