Crunchyroll Announces RWBY: Crystal Quest Mobile Game Launching Late Summer


Today Crunchyroll Games announced the publishing of “RWBY: Crystal Quest,” a jeweled puzzle mobile game, in partnership with EGLS Technology. “RWBY: Crystal Quest” will be a free-to-play mobile game with a match-three style based on all three seasons of the series “RWBY Chibi,” featuring fan-favorite characters Ruby, Weiss, Blake, and Yang. The game will launch late summer 2019, and fans are invited to pre-register here at

“The Crunchyroll community already loves ‘RWBY’ for its charming cast of characters and its engaging action scenes,” said Brady McCollum, head of global operations and international, Crunchyroll. “In ‘RWBY Crystal Quest,’ fans can expect much of the same, with fan-favorite characters, similar pacing, and attacks coming to life through a fast-paced, match-three format.”

“In ‘RWBY: Crystal Quest,’ fans can play as one of their favorite ‘RWBY’ characters by leading them through a series of puzzle battles,” said Kerry Shawcross, writer and director of “RWBY” at Rooster Teeth. “We’re so excited to bring ‘RWBY Chibi’ to life with our friends at Crunchyroll Games and we can’t wait to share more with you soon.”

“RWBY Chibi” is a series of cute comedy shorts featuring the main characters from “RWBY,” a fantasy-adventure show set in the future. “RWBY Chibi” is currently available to stream on VRV and Rooster Teeth. Crunchyroll Games currently offers fans a series of titles, including “Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost” and “Grand Summoners.” Crunchyroll Games is also the marketing partner for “Attack on Titan: TACTICS,” which will launch fall 2019.

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