Re:Anima Is Now Live in Open Beta Phase 2
The Open Beta Phase 2 of Re:Anima is now live, introducing various bug fixes and improvements alongside anti-bot implementation and more.
Re:Anima, a free-to-play autobattler RPG on Arbitrum, is now officially live in Phase 2 of Open Beta, following two weeks of upgrades and server maintenance.
What’s New in Open Beta Phase 2?
Launched on October 18th at 4 PM UTC, this new phase features new mint restrictions, anti-bot implementation, and patch 1.2, which contains various major and minor bug fixes, as well as quality of life (QoL) updates.
The new mint restrictions require players to reach Chapter 7-150 in order to unlock the minting feature, with a transaction fee in place for every mint transaction. In the announcement, it is stated that this rule has been introduced to stop botting while providing a fair experience. The same post however mentions that the mint feature “will be paused for another 2 weeks until the new mint restrictions are implemented,” with the developers set to announce more information in the future.
In this effort to keep a level playing field, an anti-botting feature has been implemented. This system is said to detect “repetitive and suspicious behaviors” automatically. If you end up being banned by mistake though, the team encourages anyone unfairly affected reach out in the support channel of the game’s official Discord server.
Re:Anima is a free-to-play autobattler gacha 2D RPG set in a post-apocalyptic world where you control anime characters called Animas. It previously launched in the first phase of open beta in September, and is currently available on web browsers, with plans to eventually release on Android and iOS devices at some point in the future.