The mobile game arm of multimedia project D_CIDE TRAUMEREI announced a change of operations in servicing the game. The game itself remains live, the process merely handing over the management to another company.
In this case, Sumzap will be replaced by Lions Film. They will be preparing the data transfer starting 20 May 2022, 15:00 JST and scheduled to complete by 1 June 2022, 00:00 JST. If you happen to uninstall the game during the transfer period, you will not be able to log in through your associated OS. You’re recommended to have any transfer code where relevant to ensure you will not lose your account. In-app purchases will also be disabled from 24 May 2022, 15:00 JST to 1 June 2022, 14:59 JST. Maintenance to commence the data transfer process will be from 20 May 2022, 15:00 – 16:00 JST.
To be clear, the D_CIDE TRAUMEREI mobile game will not be shutting down, merely doing due process for the change of hands in management. The anime finished airing October 2021, so if you’re curious about what it is, here’s a summary of that:
When he was little, Ryuuhei Oda witnessed the death of his caring older brother, along with a mysterious mark that was left near his body. Now a second-year high school student, the outgoing and impulsive young boy spends his days doing what he loves most—kickboxing.
One night on his way home, a peculiar creature bites Ryuuhei’s leg and causes him to have a strange dream filled with odd entities. When he is attacked the next day by the same creatures in the real world, Jessica Clayborn and Aruto Fushibe come to his rescue, claiming that Ryuuhei is their new recruit.
Faced with an imminent threat, Jessica urges a confused Ryuuhei to transform into a “knocker-up,” a person with the ability to confront the monsters hailing from the dreamscape. Using his talent for kickboxing to his advantage, Ryuuhei awakens his powers to save the city, only to come across a familiar mark—a mark that he could never forget.