miHoYo’s Tears of Themis coming to Android and iOS
miHoYo has just announced that its first romance detective game, Tears of Themis, is set for release on Android and iOS in “Summer” 2021.
In this free-to-play game, players will engage in the exciting field of law, defend truth and justice, and craft romantic relationships with four distinctive male protagonists.
Tears of Themis brings players an interesting adventure of romance and wits. Players will assume the role of a new attorney at Themis Law Firm and work hand-in-hand with their destined lover as they investigate bizarre cases that appear in Stellis City. Additionally, Players must investigate crime scenes and interrogate suspects to obtain evidence and testimonies that uncover the truth.
In the game, the courtroom serves as the ultimate battleground to uphold justice. Meanwhile, players can cultivate relationships with four male protagonists through video chats, calls, and character-specific stories. As cases are solved, and more truths are unveiled, a sinister conspiracy lies in the wings as the line between good and evil begins to blur.
The latest promotional video showed the character backgrounds of the four male leads, as well as their views and attitudes towards anomalous cases in Stellis City. What’s more, private detective Luke Pearce, top attorney Artem Wing, psychiatrist Vyn Richter, and corporate successor Marius von Hagen will all be part of the search to unveil the unknown force hidden behind these cases. Watch the trailer below.
The game is now available for pre-registration on the Apple Store, Google Play, and Tears of Themis official website. Once 500,000 players have pre-registered, the Draw x10 reward will be unlocked. Plus, players can also participate in the free SR Card draw event on the official website. Log in daily, share daily, and invite friends to receive more draw chances.
Tears of Themis is confirmed to launch on Android and iOS in “Summer” 2021. Supported languages include Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Japanese, and Korean. Dubbing is available in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
You may visit miHoYo’s Tears of Themis website for more information.