Netmarble has announced that a new open-world game based on The Seven Deadly Sins manga franchise is in the works for consoles, PC, and mobile devices.
The game, The Seven Deadly Sins: Origins, will feature an original story as well as a new protagonist. A livestream from the Korean esports website Inven revealed the game and a look at its graphics and gameplay. Several battles are shown along with a vast world showing an ambitious take.
Check out The Seven Deadly Sins: Origins trailer below:
Not too much is known about the new game other than the fact that it will be designed for multiple platforms. Netmarble has made games based on The Seven Deadly Sins manga before, with the latest being 2019’s The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, a mobile game that became available worldwide in March 2020.
The Seven Deadly Sins manga began in 2012 and lasted an incredible eight years before ending in March 2020. The series follows a band of knights in the land of Britannia, who are framed for trying to incite a coup, and must clear their names in order to restore their honor.
The series also had an anime adaptation, which premiered in 2014 and ran for 24-episodes before finishing up in 2015. A new anime series, The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement, premiered just last year, and a film — The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By Light — premiered on Netflix in October 2021.