What you need to know
- Tears of Themis is a romance detective game that's available for pre-order now.
- The game will unlock on July 29 and is free with in-app purchases.
Tears of Themis, a new romance detective game courtesy of miHoYo Limited, will be available for download from the App Store on July 29. You can pre-order the game now, with everyone who does so also getting some free in-game content to go with it.
The game looks like it's going to be a love it or hate it affair in which you're a rookie attorney that becomes "entangled deeper and deeper into a great conspiracy throughout your investigations." That sounds promising!
The App Store description continues:
Throughout the game you'll find yourself searching through crime scenes in your quest to reveal the truth, creating "cherished memories" as you go. There's a trailer, too.
Tears of Themis is free to download with in-app purchases available. Pocket Gamer notes that those who pre-order will get freebies, too.
You can pre-order Tears of Themis from the App Store now.
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